WATCH: EDEN Premieres The Video for New Single “GOLD”

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Dublin-based vocalist-producer and multi-instrumentalist EDEN, otherwise known as Jonathon Ng premieres the video for his new single gold,” – out now. Directed by Zhang + Knight (Naughty Boy, Ghostpoet) the video was filmed in Suffolk, U.K.

“For the video I really wanted to capture the magnitude in small moments,” says Ng“Sometimes things from one perspective can seem insignificant or unremarkable, and it’s incredible how intense, exciting, difficult, or beautiful that same moment can be from another. The weird way things are always both momentous and insignificant at the same time; the world still turns regardless.”  Watch it HERE. 

Pigeons & Planes declares, “‘gold’ showcases (his) songwriting skills and forward-thinking arrangement choices, and it’s an exciting look at an artist poised for a breakthrough year…EDEN is set to have a big 2018. Get familiar.” The single, which has over one million Spotify streams since it’s release last week,  comes on the heels of EDEN’s previous track, “start//end,” which Billboard calls, “striking…a nostalgically cast reflection on youth and all-too-relatable feelings of desperation and hope-there’s a secret depth to (EDEN’s) sound.” The song is approaching 2 million plays on Spotify and Ng shot the official video in London, Tokyo, Seoul, Los Angeles, New York, Belgium, and around his home in Dublin. A jack-of-all-trades who writes, plays, and produces all of his own music and plays multiple instruments onstage- Ng directed, filmed, and edited the video himself. The clip trended on YouTube and has now amassed over one million views, thanks to support from EDEN’s devoted fanbase. Watch it HERE.

EDEN will release his debut album, entitled vertigo, on January 19th, 2018, on Astralwerks.  Fans can pre-order the album now at http://ftrbnd.co/vertigoshop.  The 21-year-old musician will also hit the road on his headlining vertigo world tour to support the release, which kicks off in the U.S. on March 1st, 2018.   Tickets go on sale Friday, November 17th at 10am local time at http://iameden.eu/. Fans who pre-order the album at http://ftrbnd.co/vertigoshop will also be granted early-access to purchase tickets for the tour. All dates can be found here. 

On his 2016 breakthrough EP i think you think too much of me, EDEN struck a rare balance of ingenuity and intuition with its guitar-heavy take on electronic pop. With vertigo, he takes an even more instinct-driven approach to his music, a process he perceives as a form of exploration. “Even when I’m writing, I don’t feel like I’m actually creating anything,” he says. “It’s more like I’m uncovering something that’s already there. Like how an archaeologist doesn’t create a fossil – they’re just finding it and uncovering it, and maybe rearranging it if it’s broken. Releasing this body of work is terrifying and exciting and overwhelming for me. A lot of it is so personal. This album is not a coming-of-age story, but it caused one.”

The lead single from i think you think too much of me, “sex,” was praised by Lorde and was hailed by Consequence of Sound as a “vulnerable synth-tinted pop track that’s about so much more than what’s happening between the sheets.” The four main tracks on i think you think too much of me have racked up over 50 million streams on Spotify while the EP hit #1 on iTunes Alternative Charts, and #2 on Billboard‘s Heatseeker chart. From the bedroom of his childhood home, Ng initially began to cultivate a large online following and made his EP debut with End Credits in August 2015. Despite making no effort to promote it, he soon found the EP gaining major attention – ultimately amassing more than 120 million streams.  EDEN’s first U.S. tour sold out immediately and he spent the summer performing at major U.S. music festivals including Governors Ball, Bonnaroo and Firefly.  He also performed at the Reading and Leeds festivals in the UK and Fuji Rock in Japan.

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