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Etaoin drops debut single "Bedroom Walls"

Etaoin was being entered into Irish music competitions from the age of 6, winning the adult categories by the age of 10 – and that is in whistle, singing, songwriting and flute. She won everything there is to win in that world. As a child. She then became obsessed with pop songs on the radio which have inspired and opened the door to who she is as an artist today. On friday, Etaoin released her debut single, which was placed in the official new music playlists of Spotify, apple Music, Amazon Music, deezer and Tidal. Strike.

With "Bedroom Walls", Etaoin enters the scene and immediately puts everything on the table. The song came from heartbreak, but ended up being about much more than that. "When I listen to 'Bedroom Walls' now there’s a sense of waiting for my old self to come back. Not only waiting for someone else, but for yourself at the same time; wanting to be in contact with someone through lyrics, but not actually facing it. Pride can get in the way sometimes, people don‘t wanna look like they care. I‘m so guilty of that, I‘m scared of looking like I care too much. Especially with boys. So I just think of a million speeches, write texts, delete them and ask friends the same question over and over as if they know the answer," says the songwriter. With just her acoustic guitar and a voice like... there's actually nothing we could compare Etaoin's voice to. But with the combination of these two, Etaoin will stun you. Let her.


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