Enchanting Electro-Pop Singer Eulene shares new track ‘Working On A Train’ and announces Eulene EP via-GoGoLove Records.
Electro-pop songstress, Eulene shares her latest tack, ‘Working On A Train’, taken from her long-awaited self titled EP that will be released on the 11th of December via GoGoLove Records.
The EP was mixed by Grammy-nominated mix engineer Erik Madrid (ZAYN, Demi Lovato and Charli XCX), composed and produced alongside prolific songwriter Angelo Petraglia (Kings of Leon, Taylor Swift and Adam Lambert) and master engineering by Chris Gehringer (Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Lana Del Ray, Rihanna). Eulene’s previous work has received significant attention with support from the likes of international media and Youtube channel Reveral Music as well as making the “Breaking Pop” playlist on AppleMusic.
The singer’s early creativity was informed by her New York City upbringing, where her photographer grandmother had a studio in the world-famous Carnegie Hall and she is currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. Eulene’s free-spirited approach to music is reminiscent of groundbreaking acts like Björk, M.I.A. and Lorde. Eulene’s electro-alt-pop sound can also be compared to the dark undertones of Grimes, the dance-inducing vocal hooks of Robyn, and the trendy St Vincent while still incorporating more experimental elements that you would find in an artist like Son Lux.
Eulene creates her music by channelling emotional pulls that tinker with concepts and feelings. On ‘Working On A Train’, bold and intermittent basslines meet seductive vocals while angular beats meet instrumental landscapes that open up to a world of pop-laden mystery and fiery independence. A strong attitude permeates most of the song while a balance is reached with a smouldering slow-burn vocal that dance their way through as the song oozes with soulful dynamic touches.
Speaking of the single, Eulene tells us:
“‘Working On A Train’ is a concept song and metaphor for the power of passion, perseverance and stamina to beat the odds that I felt were piling up against me.
To keep moving forward, staying true to my passion, which is where my power lives. I hope this song inspires others to keep moving forward, “over steep ways to the stars.”