Electro-pop singer Eulene releases self-titled debut EP

New York-born, Nashville-based electropop artist Eulene has released her long-awaited self-titled debut EP via GoGoLove Records.

The EP was composed and produced alongside prolific songwriter Angelo Petraglia (Kings of Leon, Taylor Swift, and Adam Lambert) and showcases Eulene’s free-spirited approach to music, and a powerful, feminine attitude.

Denying any expectations and rising above all hopes, Eulene is an entrancing pleasure to listen to as it invariably draws listeners into a dramatic and self-revealing world. Her 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.

The dazzling singer had this to say about her brand new offering,

“The vision of this project pulled me to create the music and the full picture arrived to me clearly, before I even wrote a single song. The process was a new one for me and my writing partner, Angelo Petraglia. Merging different musical genres that I love was probably the most defining directive of the EP. This included classical music to disco to pop to choral music to angular and industrial sounds. Incorporating these musical accents around the bones of the raw songs was an amazing, creative experience. The emotional arc of the EP includes digging for the truth in sacrifice, grit, love, femininity, despair, loss and the hypnotic attraction of power.”

As announced earlier this week on her social media, the EP is also available as a 12” vinyl which can be ordered HERE.

Stream it via Spotify below.