“Please don’t mess with my emotions, my body’s weak, my body’s calling, I fear your strength”
British Turkish neo soul singer Eda Eren begs us not to “mess with her emotions” and tells us she’s Hypersensitive on her new track, out on 4th June.
Eren’s vocal floats on swirling synths and uplifting electric piano chords as she weaves a weary tale of falling in love that literally leaves her weak.
Produced and co-written by Chords (collaborator with DJ Jag Skillz and steadfast supplier to Ram Records) the tune wears its influence on its sleeve, blending drum & bass, electronic soul and Middle Eastern music to provide the perfect backdrop to Eda’s distinct and utterly unique vocals.
Eren supplied the teasing, toying vocals to slick synth house monster “Fever”; another sure shot from producer Route 94, he of the monster thermo dynamic crossover “My Love” that introduced the world to Jess Glynne. “Fever’” found favour with BBC Radio1’s Danny Howard –– who made it his Hottest Record –– as well as gluing itself to the turntables of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Diplo, Jax Jones and others.
Eda Eren’s new material effortlessly combines her recent work in club music with her soulful side to create a blend of electronica that is heavy on the beats but retains a lightness of touch thanks to her melodic invention.