Eryn – Lady E

Hallelujah You’re Gone

Eryn is a blues singer currently residing in New Jersey who is the youngest person to be inducted into the New Jersey Blues Hall Of Fame. She has shared the stage with the likes of Don McLean, Johnny Winter, Buddy Guy, Greg Allman, and Robert Cray to name a few. So it makes sense that Jack Daley (Lenny Kravitz, Joss Stone, Beyonce) wanted to work with Eryn producing, mixing and playing bass on her new album.

On this single Eryn says goodbye to everything negative and nasty and embraces a new name, attitude and music. Dropping her last name from her music was like dropping all the past memories of a lost life. A talented songwriter, singer and musician are the ingredients that make up this retro-pop powerhouse. On first listen to her new single, the song sounds like kicking your ex to the curb and being able to breathe again.

Hallelujah You’re Gone is the first track on Eryn’s new album Lady E. It starts out with a fantastic sounding horn section reminiscent of Amy Winehouse. The whole album has a “Back to Black” meets Sheryl Crow vibe. It’s upbeat, it’s catchy, and quite honestly refreshing. Eryn is a natural live performer and this really comes across in the recording: it doesn’t sound over-polished and has the right amount of grit. Daley really captured the organic live feel to her music and put it on a rich cinematic display. There’s nothing fake about Eryn; she puts every ounce of her heart and soul into her songwriting. It would only make sense that the production is no exception.

If you enjoy real horns, real drums, real singing and a natural retro-pop vibe, make sure you listen to Eryn’s new single Hallelujah You’re Gone.

 

-TheESMC

 

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