Eden Farrow is a Brighton-based singer/songwriter with a bent toward R&B inflected, dance-oriented pop. She has a deft touch with melodies and lyrics, creating a powerfully emotional yet crowd pleasing sound. Born 18th Nov, 1998 Portsmouth, she was brought up listening to the likes of Michael Jackson, Norah Jones and Kelly Clarkson.
Her journey begun at age 13, when her secondary school teacher slammed a classroom door in her face after finding out she wasn’t taking music as an option for GCSE’s. This was that pivotal moment in her life where she changed her path from sport to music; and never looked back.
Farrow found her early musical influences listening to female artists in the car with her parents, including Dido, Avril Lavigne and KT Tunstall. This formed a strong basis for her songwriting inspirations at a young age, encouraging her fascination with music and how it’s made. It was the later discovery of pop writers and performers including Sigrid, Lauv, Julia Michaels and Years&Years who spurred her obsession with upbeat pop music, she begun delving deeper into driving synth pop.
Farrow’s ability to create captivating melodies has strengthened from point to point. This was clearly noted with her debut single “Day to Day”; a song which was picked up by the BBC and played on BBC South by host “Kairen Kemp”; who reported the song to be the “soundtrack to your summer”. She has also seen recognition from AWAL, since being accepted as an AWAL Artist.
With a signature vocal described to command each track, Farrow’s songwriting and vocal performances can be picked out from the masses; a characteristic she has honed for years. Her second single “Play You” marks the beginning of a new leap for Eden’s songwriting, which will be a common theme within future releases.
Eden has been in the studio working on a number of new singles which will be released in 2019; kicking off her professional career within the music industry. She has formed her live band and is bringing the show to the stage in the new year.