Having only released her debut solo effort a little over a year ago, it’s been an amazing ride following the exploits of Melbourne’s insanely talented artist Eilish Gilligan. Having the opportunity to watch her live last year playing The Gasometer Hotel was a true blessing, her powerful and commanding vocal emanates like a blinding white love of warm fuzzy delightfulness.
Moving in a direction that is distinctly more pop than the previous releases Here and All The Time her latest offering The Feeling is a track that delivers a powerful emotional sucker punch married with production style beyond her years. Whilst her previous tracks seemed to dwell in the deeps of the ocean
Whilst her previous tracks seemed to dwell in the deeps of the ocean The Feeling is the bursting through the surface and joining the crashing, turbulent waves above. There’s a strange juxtaposition between her ethereal siren call and the pulsating electronic beats that kick in mid-track that’s almost like it shouldn’t really work, but it does and it’s absolutely spellbinding.
If you’re in Melbourne and looking to catch Eilish live then you’ll want to be heading to the Workers Club June 29th to catch her playing alongside Elkkle and Golden Vessel, good times and good tunes guaranteed.