Emerging London based singer-songwriter Eloise Viola unveils her new single ‘Begging’ today.
Featuring those distinctively powerful and bold vocals, the song serves as an emotive take on the modern ballad, fusing elements of R&B with synths to create a sound that feels intense and captivating.
“‘Begging’ is a song that addresses the ‘what if’ situation about women in positions of power, a comment on how women are treated particularly as referenced in male-led, ‘Bond’-esque films. The lyric ‘All nice guys go to heaven’ underpins the meaning of the song, that men seem to get away with bad behaviour but outspoken women are called out and criticised.”
To date, Viola has received acclaim from the likes of Billboard, Wonderland, Clash, Popdust and Euphoria magazines, as well as support from BBC Introducing and Fubar Radio.