We caught up with indie-folk artist Eucereon to find out more about the music she loves, it's safe to say if you're a fan of the tracks below you'll love Eucereon's latest offering 'Go' so make sure to check it out!
1. Haley - Big Thief
Adrienne Lenker is one of the most inspiring people to so many these days. Her brilliant songwriting and lyricism are unmatched, and the way that the band brings her music to life is breathtaking. This song got me through 2020, bringing my spirit to a place of hope and forgiveness. On top of that, I'm always in admiration of her guitar playing. As a primarily finger-style guitarist, she has a skill I admire greatly. And this song is just beautiful and such a hidden gem on this incredible album.
2. Runner Ups - Kurt Vile
The first time I heard this song I was immediately transported. Kurt Vile's ability to create an atmosphere with sound is incredible. This song is suspended in space in such a beautiful way that it's almost physical. It brings out hope and movement within me. Along with his blunt and honest lyrics, I can only feel good listening to it. And who doesn't love that quintessential KV "yeaaaah"
3. Plastic 100°C - Sampha
I was introduced to Sampha only a couple of months ago and I can't stop listening. Not only is his songwriting and voice incredible, his arrangement and production is transcendent and deeply inspiring to me. The universe he creates is unique and powerful and completely engulfing. I am in such awe of his ability to blend acoustic and electronic instruments and how it translates emotion in such a powerful yet delicate way.
4. Sticky - Ravyn Lenae
That organ sound, that skanky guitar, the moment the beat drops, and her absolutely beautiful and versatile voice makes one of the best pop songs I've ever heard. Ravyn Lenae's ability to control and change her voice is amazing and I'm so into every little nuance. I'd be lying if I said I didn't listen to this on repeat for weeks. I dare you to listen to this and not to scrunch up your face and move until you fall apart.
5. Never Ending Math Equation - Modest Mouse
I've recently returned to my love of Modest Mouse and it's made me feel more empathized by them than most people. This song is cathartic and brutally real to me. Each members style of playing their instrument is so good and so unique, there's no one like them. The philosophical lyrics within this punk classic cuts right through me. "Where do you move when what you're moving from is yourself"
Check out Eucereon's new track 'Go':