Irish singer, songwriter and producer Eiza Murphy is back today with a beautifully melodic new single called ‘Conman’.
As the title implies, the song gathers its inspiration from the people who hurt you through their deception. Elaborating further on the creation of the track, Eiza explains:
“I wrote ‘Conman’ in fifteen minutes while my sister had friends over. I sang really quietly so that they wouldn’t hear, and basically just word-vomited the whole song into the mic. I was completely unattached to it at first because I thought it was too blunt, but my sister and I were supposed to work on a different song that day and when I played her the demo of ‘Conman’, she refused to work on anything else. So, ‘Conman’ was started and finished that day, and hasn’t been touched since.”
Already an artist on the rise, this LA-based starlet has amassed more than a million career streams to date, been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, and even topped the Irish iTunes chart twice.
Eiza’s work has also received tastemaker support from the likes of BBC Introducing, Earmilk, RTE2FM and Early Rising.