Annie Eve's hushed, intense acoustica is going to make waves this year and next. Prepare to be engulfed by this 22-year-old from North London. After issuing two critically acclaimed EP's, Annie will be bringing out her much anticipated debut album, entitled"Sunday '91" on 11th August on Mouth to Mouth Records / Sony Red Music Solutions.
With all tracks written by Annie and performed by her band which includes Jack Pattison on slide guitar, accordionist Jess Sawers-Warren, on drums, Oli Dacombe and Will Hughes on bass, Sunday '91 is a landmark debut in the annals of richly hued, gently intense dark mood music. The first single from the debut album will be 'Basement' which is available as an instant grat with pre order of the album on 16th June and impacts on 11th August. Annie says of the track "the lyrics describe an evening when you really want something and you can't have it."
Annie Eve has been turning heads since she released her first self titled EP last year which gained support from the likes of Radio 1's Huw Stephens, 6 Music, XFM, Drowned in Sound, This Is Fake DIY and The 405 to name a few. Her second EP 'Feversome' came out in March 2014 on Young and Lost Club, the label responsible for early releases by Bastille, Everything Everything and Noah & The Whale. The EP picked up praise from Sunday Times Culture, Clash, NME, Evening Standard, The Line of Best Fit and comparisons were made with everyone from Regina Spektor and Cat Power to Bon Iver and Kurt Cobain. The lead single 'Southern' received plays on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show as part of his 'Next Hype' section, Jo Whiley's Radio 2 show and on Mary Anne Hobbs '6 Music Recommends' selection.
In February 2014, following a sold out headline gig at St Pancras Old Church last year, Annie undertook the 2014 Communion New Faces tour with Luke Sital-Singh, Eliza and the Bear and Farewell J.R. Playing to a sold out crowd every night. Annie will be playing the BBC introducing stage at Glastonbury on 28th July and will also be playing a headline gig at London's Lexington on 21st July.