Every now and again, I hear a talent from the UK who catches my attention and makes me feel so damn excited after listening to just one song. This is the case with multi-instrumentalist Edenhill.
Edenhill writes and performs every part of his recordings to create an indie pop sound with a ton of emotional depth.
“‘Afterlife’ was inspired after seeing a close friend dancing at a party who, only a few hours earlier, had opened up to me for the first time about her struggles with depression. From this, the idea of writing a song tackling our relationship with repression, and our personas, was formed. I wanted to create a song that, on the surface, was very danceable and upbeat but, on further inspection, was shrouded in self doubt, anxiety and sadness. A song that musically represented repression.”
Taken from the upcoming debut EP ‘Reliever’.