TRACK REVIEW: Eve Cole – Hypophora | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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It’s been quite a momentous couple of years for Eve Cole. Having once bagged a Demo of the Month with the fantastic Tesco, she’s since gone on to win this year’s prestigious Alan Hull Award, and seen her recent release Nice Guy Syndrome shortlisted for the BBC Introducing Live Lounge competition.

Hypophora is a brilliant new chapter in her fledgling career, seeing Eve take on a hard-edged alternative sound that brilliantly showcases her phenomenal talents as a songwriter, with the widescreen-sound production breathing life into the song’s raw exploration of a toxic relationship that never veers into cliché, with the urgent piano, militant snares, tense guitar and snaking bass perfectly matching the conflict contained within the track.

 

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