Eden Rain shares new single ‘Terry and Julie’
Following up on her well-received debut EP Gutter Vision, Leeds-born alt-pop up-and-comer Eden Rain offers the first glimpse into her second EP.
Eden Rain kicks off her second EP with a gorgeous new single, ‘Terry and Julie.’ Inspired by ‘Waterloo Sunset’ and long train journeys, the track is another stellar offering into a catalog that is seeing Eden become a hotly-tipped independent artist. Speaking on the track Eden states:
“I wrote ‘Terry and Julie’ in the first writing session I ever had with Josef (Page). I remember saying about how I liked songs that were a bit of escapism, it would be cool to write something that was about other people’s lives and less about me and whatever drama was going on in my life. I took inspiration from one of my favourite songs ‘Waterloo Sunset’ and wrote about the Terry and Julie in it that meet at Waterloo station every Friday night. The idea sort of snowballed quite quickly… and I reimagined it as a sort of middle-aged crisis love affair where they’ve gone on to marry other people but they’re reconnected later in life and realising that they have feelings for each other ect. So yeah it’s a summery love song anthem meets prime time BBC ONE Drama starring Surrane Jones.
‘Terry and Julie’ is out now.
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