Following the release of her 2019 two-track debut EP, ‘Equality’, Belgian Eva Swan recently unveiled a new four-track EP entitled ‘Let Me Hold You’, which is out now via Eva Swan Records. Exploring elements of industrial sounds and influences ‘Vous voulez rester?’ and ‘Together’ use vocal samples to contrast against percussion and modular-esque synths.
‘Let Me Hold You’ plays with rests and sirens to conjure a journey, whilst ‘Keep The Faith’s’ melody creates a dancefloor aimed production which hopes to find its way into the sets of like-minded artists.
Eva started to learn music theory at the age of 8, along with the guitar and flute by the age of 12, before the piano later at 18. Her entry point into electronic music came through working in clubs such as Belgium’s Café d’Anvers and Kompass Club, along with EGG London, before taking a one-way flight to Ibiza.
As a promoter on the White Isle, she became immersed in the scene, becoming well-acquainted with clubs, DJs and the variation of sounds around her.
Teaming this with her early knowledge for classical forms and instruments, ‘her sound encompasses a distinct appreciation for raw music elements’. Having appeared on line-ups at venues alongside the likes of I HATE MODELS, Amelie Lens, Deborah De Luca and OXIA, ‘Equality’, Eva’s debut EP paved the way for her growth in electronic music.