EDEN at present shares his sophomore album, ‘no future’, a 19-track launch which follows his debut report ‘vertigo’ from 2018.
On the brand new album, EDEN (Jonathon Ng) delves into themes round anxiousness, the toxicity of social media, whereas additionally concerning the looming risk of local weather disaster.
In regards to the album observe ‘isohel’, EDEN shared, “Isohel’s are strains on a climate map that join all of the areas that obtain equal daylight. Mild and daylight have been an odd obsession for me since I used to be a youngster; I’ve at all times felt like I used to be transferring towards some unreachable horizon. The music ‘isohel’ is about wishing the most effective for the individuals you’ve left behind however realizing that you simply’re most likely higher off the place you at the moment are.”
Although concerning robust concepts, there are moments of optimism like within the interlude ‘out’, which features a voice declaring, “We’re gonna hold going, and, see what occurs…We nonetheless stay optimistic…”
The album’s closing observe ‘untitled’ sees EDEN reflecting and reaching moments of readability (singing within the refrain, “There’s nothing we will not do, proper?”), and options some kids singing within the outro of the music.
The album, like all of his music, was totally written, recorded, and produced by EDEN at his house studio in Dublin.
Take heed to the brand new album in full under…