Eddz – Dammo Photography
Eddz – ‘Happiness Doesn’t Always Last’
Northampton-based artist Eddz has released the magnificent E.P. ‘Happiness Doesn’t Always Last’. It is an alternative-pop release that will have you reaching for the repeat button this December.
A bright and engaging opening greets the listener. As Eddz’s charming vocals enter, they instantly demand the audience’s attention. His spoken word delivery is inviting and mesmerises the listener.
In addition, ‘Wandering’ is a driving track with stunning synths and a stoic rhythm section. The sung melodies are memorable and stay with the listener long after the music has ended.
Moreover, ‘A Life Well Spent’ takes the E.P. in a fresh direction. Lyrically, it is engaging and relatable. It is an honest and heartfelt track that needs to be heard. Finally, ‘Ignorance’ closes the release and brings ‘Happiness Doesn’t Always Last’ full circle.
Eddz says about the release, “The E.P. ventures into the everyday struggles and experiences we deal with within our day-to-day lives.” He continues, “The E.P. features the title track and recent singles, ‘What We Wish to See’ and ‘Ignorance’; also included are two new unreleased tracks.”
Foundry Street Studio/Plastic Tree Studios
‘Happiness Doesn’t Always Last’ was recorded and mixed by Adam Gammage and Gregg Coulson at Foundry Street Studio and mastered by Dave Crawford at Plastic Tree Studios. Together, the team have created a stunning E.P. that firmly puts Eddz as an artist who is on the rise going into 2023.
Eddz is the solo project of songwriter/musician Liam Taylor. He is a hardworking and dedicated musician who has supported the likes of Hard-Fi, Dave Rowntree (Blur), and Hamish Hawk.
We are so excited to have heard ‘Happiness Doesn’t Always Last’. One thing is for sure; Eddz is a phenomenally talented artist making waves. We adore his innovative style and charismatic delivery that reaches out and demands the listener’s attention.
Be sure to add ‘Happiness Doesn’t Always Last’ to your new music playlist this week!
FVMusicBlog December 2022
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