Evie is a singer-songwriter and musician born in Lincolnshire and based in London. She is influenced by the likes of London Grammar and Holly Humberstone. Her recent 2022 release, According To Maybe, garnered her widespread praise with it being handpicked by Musosoup for a New Music Friday feature and being described by Lefuturewave as ‘a powerful portrayal of importance of self-acceptance’ and ‘borderline world beating’ by It’s All Indie. Get In Her Ears described her vocals as ‘intoxicating’ and It’s All Indie also wrote ‘Evie’s vocals reach for the stars and hold your attention from the first letter spoken right until the very end’. She has received continued support from BBC Introducing Lincolnshire as a frequently featured artist and is set to release her debut album later this year.
Inspired by her personal struggles with self-esteem & identity and with her producer, James Albarn, Evie’s synth electronica-informed pop production layered with raw, ethereal vocals creates her unique sound and aims to speak to those struggling with believing in themselves.
As well as performing as a solo artist, she is also a visual artist, creating minimalist, feminist art.
Do I Feel Like I'm Happy Now?
'Do I Feel Like I'm Happy Now?' is Evie's debut album, released on Friday 2nd December; consisting of 8 tracks, including the BBC Introducing featured singles, 'According To Maybe', ' Wearing A Crown' and 'Toxicity'. Created in conjunction with her producer, James Albarn, 'Do I Feel Like I'm Happy Now?' is a raw, vulnerable and emotional album that gives an insight into Evie's struggling self-esteem and identity. Starting with the single 'Wearing A Crown', the album shows Evie's progression from asking herself if she is happy and content with her life and doubting herself all the way through to the single 'According To Maybe' where she finds her inner fight and tells herself and the listener not to give up. Included in the middle of the album is a heartfelt rendition of the song 'I'm Tired' by Labrinth, made famous by the HBO series, 'Euphoria'.
James Albarn's synth electronica-informed pop production layered with raw, ethereal vocals creates the album's unique sound and aims to speak to those struggling with believing in themselves.
1. Wearing A Crown
2. Birds Of A Feather
4. I'm Tired
6. Time To Shift
8. According To Maybe