Album Reviews

Album Review: Annie Eves – Sunday 91′ (2014 LP)


It is unlikely you have heard of Annie Eve, but she is someone you need to get to know now. We may have not of heard of her because she’s British, but it’s more likely because PR companies have failed to pick up on her talent as a singer songwriter. For whatever reason, this is one young lady you do not want to look past.

Sunday 91′ is Annie Eve’s debut album and it’s complete with sweet melodies, raw vocals and honest lyrics. It’s the kind of record you want to put in your record player on an early Sunday spring morning. It’s relaxing, beautiful and don’t be surprised if you find yourself staring out the window while holding a cup of tea or coffee. It has that kind of effect.

If you are a fan of Laura Marling, Bon Iver or Daughter you will find Annie Eve melting your heart in no time. The cute melodies will make your heart smile, while her vocals and lyrics will make your heart feel a sense of loss and loneliness. It may be a strange combination but there is something beautifully charming and timeless about it.

As far as debut’s go, it is an impressive leap into the musical world and it’s an exciting indication of what she will be capable of in the future as she continues to harness her talent to create more powerful and timeless music.

Rating: 8 out of 10



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