Eden Lole is a 23-year old, London based singer/songwriter whose tracks fuse contemporary jazz and soul with traditional pop to create a honey-sweet cocktail of tender vocals, ear-worm melodies and heart-on-sleeve lyrics. Each song from her growing catalogue showcases Lole’s outstanding knack for simplifying the complex. Soul-baring track ‘Wired’, for example, is an intimate recollection of a dizzying past love, whilst debut single 'Defences Against Your Spells' is littered with defiant lyrics on top of a daring arrangement.
The Northampton-born singer and her slick 4-piece band have been taking on the London circuit since 2017, putting on several show-stealing performances, most notably for a full-capacity Notting Hill Arts Club and two sold-out Troubadour audiences. Recently, Eden has performed at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire and at Under The Bridge for a heart-warming and hugely successful charity event organised in memory of one of her peers who sadly passed away in the midst of his studies.
With a string of releases on the way, Eden aims to follow in the footsteps of contemporaries and influencers Jorja Smith and Joy Crookes in 2019. Currently, she is preparing to release the much anticipated track 'Defences Against Your Spells' on May 5th at The Troubadour in Earl's Court.