ECKOES New Release – The Light

ECKOES New Release – The Light

With her most arresting single to date, ECKOES unleashes the haunting majesty of ‘The Light’ on March 13th, the last release from her eponymous 1st EP out April 3rd. Revealing yet another layer of her unique sound, this otherworldly invocation of a song is not for the faint-hearted.

After an electrifying summer 2019 in which she played 2 stages at Glastonbury, All Points East & 9 European dates, ECKOES culminated the year by signing a project deal to Goldie MBE’s new record label Fallen Tree. She’ll also appear on Act III of his album ‘Subjective’ out this year.

Smashing 100,000 streams in under 4 weeks, previous single ‘Cages’ exploded into life while ‘Without Prejudice’ stormed the Apple Music ‘Best of The Week’ chart on day one. Here, ECKOES is again raw & honest, balancing despair and hope upon her angelic voice as it soars over sparse electronica chords, experimental future laced beats and the faintest delicate electric guitar.

Of ‘The Light,’ Eckoes says: “I wrote this at a time when my life as I knew it had imploded. I was mourning for what’s been, but also for the future I’d planned that would never be. I was lost. ‘The Light’ is an open call for answers- to the skies, to the universe, to whatever – because sometimes you’re walking and the path just stops.”

The accompanying video, out March 27th,  further demonstrates this multifaceted artist’s vision. Set high on the edge of the earth, it’s a standalone piece of contemporary art set to music.


Selected ‘One To Watch’ by Ticketmaster, ECKOES has also played Jazz Cafe, Liverpool Sound City & Colors.

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Celeste S. Duckworth is the President/Publisher at VertiKal Life Magazine. A very prolific writer with six published poems and two books, "It's You," a collection of Love Poems, and "The Lucy Project," a Science Fiction Thriller that takes place in the near future. One poem, "An Oasis in the Desert," was commissioned by The Phoenix Arts Council and hangs on the wall at the Maryvale Community Pool House in Phoenix, Arizona. Born and raised in California she loves to travel and has lived abroad in Ireland for a few years. Asked where she gets her inspiration to write she said, "Sometimes it could be a conversation, something I see or just meditating. The poems or the stories just come, and it helps to have a vivid imagination!'

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