Edith releases sultry electropop-led debut EP

The latest fresh face pressing all the electropop buttons in the right way, Edith debuts her promising self-titled EP.

Having already treated fans to ‘Don’t Wanna Think‘ and ‘Afterparty‘, two smooth pieces of pop carried forward with the singer’s deep vocals (very à la Dua Lipa), Edith sees the youngster explore new areas.

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‘Heartbeat’ is a care-free flick, calling you to “move it to the left and move it to the right” over its bubbling production. Elsewhere, ‘Believe in Love’ sees Edith’s superb synths make the EP’s most catchy moment. The singer is proving a jack of all trades.

Singles ‘Don’t Wanna Think’ and ‘Afterparty’ do remain stand-outs. The tracks that brought Edith onto the scene, two breaths of fresh air, show a breakthrough artist who deserves attention – the former’s over 7,000 Spotify streams show she’s getting it too. On the EP, ‘All I Had’ is a dreamy breakup ditty that goes hand-in-hand with those heartbreak-led singles.

With so many young artists turning their hand to electropop sounds, it’s hard to find a gap of your own. On her debut EP, it’s clear Edith has done exactly that. The future is bright.

Edith’s debut EP is streaming now. Let us know what you think @CelebMix on Twitter. 

Written by Toby Bryant

Journalist and pop head.

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