Eden Rain — Bed

Hotly tipped London-based artist Eden Rain drops new single “Bed”

Known for creating intricate left-pop built on her gorgeous vocals and clever turns of phrase, Leeds-born artist Eden Rain is without a doubt one of the most promising up and coming artists in the UK right now.

Taken from her forthcoming debut EP Gutter Vision which comes out on 19th May, her latest offering “Bed” is built over a soaring production which flawlessly combines with her vocals.

“About 10 years ago, when I was in high school, I was given a book called ‘The Woman Who Went To Bed For A Year’. It was written by Sue Townsend and it sat on my bookshelf for a really long time and I didn’t actually read it, I just always stared at the cover of the book from my bed. When I was sad, (classic) for an extended period of time (depressed), I found that I couldn’t stay away from my bed. I read the book then because I was like ‘ugh, wish I could be in bed for a year’, and it’s about a married woman who’s twin children move away from home and she goes to bed for a year and doesn’t leave. And so that’s what the book is and what the song is based on, in a nutshell. I return to the book (and the bed) when life gets hard and I wanted to write an ode to that.”Eden Rain.

After selling out her first headline show London’s Servant Jazz Quarters in late January, she announced a second show at Folklore on 22nd May. Grab your tickets here.

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