“Caught up in the midst of the moment / Not enough love for a fight”
Back with a stunning new release, rising artist Eadie delivered her latest offering late last month in the form of her brand new single Slowly. Hailing from the east side of Toronto, the dazzling independent artists brings us deep into a vibrant and immersive sonic world filled with smooth alt-R&B beats, alongside addictive pop melodies and genre-blending vibes. And with her brand new release, she brings and reveals another piece of her multifaceted persona and artistic sound and style that is impossible to resist.
Opening with a catchy and addictive R&B-led instrumental, Slowly is a light-hearted bop that plays on the idea of someone you love being that craving, devil on your shoulder or bad habit. Inspired by her own addictive personality, the song is set after a long night of contemplating one’s choices, and the morning cravings have set in. You’re aware of the problem, and want to make different choices, but the temptation is too much to handle. With a melodic and sentimental instrumentation that runs throughout, accompanying this are Eadie’s honeyed and soft vocals that blend harmoniously with the glimmering melody.
“Slowly” is set after a long night of contemplation, when the morning cravings have set in. You’re aware of the problem, and want to make different choices, but the temptation is too much to handle. A bad habit can speak to you like a toxic love interest; that little whisper in the back of your head telling you it’ll be fun … just do it … one last time …
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