Coming on like a modern-day Peggy Lee – via Edmonton, North London and her sumptuous Turkish heritage! – Eda Eren proves she’s not just another “dancefloor diva” as she channels the spirits of classic-era American songbook singers and delivers a dreamy vocal performance that perfectly showcases her soulful side.
Dream Of You has already been singled out by BBC Introducing and played twice on BBC Essex where presenter Ollie Winiburg described it as “mesmerising” and “cinematic”.
Co-written by Jorja Smith collaborator Charlie Perry and produced by Steve Brown (Rumer/Laura Mvula), ‘Dream Of You’ is a departure for Eren, whose vocals have most recently been heard belting out house music hooks for the likes of Route 94, Unorthadox, Jaded and others.
Looking to build on the massive support she had for Route 94’s ‘Fever’, which found favour with Radio 1’s Danny Howard (who made it his Hottest Record) as well as gluing itself to the turntables of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Jamie Jones, Diplo, Jax Jones and more, Eren now steps out on her own to claim the spotlight and it’s well deserved.