Just Listen: Eliza Shaddad – My Body

Eliza Shaddad – My Body

Words: Rachel Allen

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Now on the second single release from the album ‘Future’ (which ironically will be released in the future…later in the year), Eliza Shaddad could not have summed up her new song ‘My Body’ better via her twitter account when she describes the song,

“For those late at night, can’t stop thinking about it kind of moments.”

The song draws the listener into a sort of deep melancholic trance with its moody raw quality and its driving guitar hooks.  The emotional ebbs and flows within the song are reflected in her soft, eerie and strong juxtaposition of vocal quality we are used to seeing from Shaddad. A certain contrast from her previous single, ‘White Lines’, as a song with a more meditative and restless state, but still with the driving drum/guitar pulses that we have come to know so well from Shaddad. If this is what the ‘Future’ looks like, then the future’s bright

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