Eves The Behavior Delivers Another Perfect Pop Song With “Electrical”
Eves The Behavior arrived in a blaze of glory earlier this year with the gloomy “TV.” The 20-year-old, who has been compared to Lorde and Banks, returns with “Electrical” and it’s another exceptional pop song. Co-produced with Adam Spark and Eric J (Flume and Chet Faker), the Australian’s second single is (slightly) more upbeat than its predecessor — boasting a massive chorus and gorgeous synth-soundscape.
“I feel like it’s commenting on the friction between the organic/analogue and the synthetic/digital and the quest to find a meaningful connection between the two,” the newcomer explains. “The song is triumphant but it’s also bittersweet. I stumbled out of a sort of numbness into both beauty and gloom. And the simple fact of feeling something made me woozy and victorious at the same time.” Eves The Behavior’s debut EP will be released later this year.
Listen to “Electrical”: