Somewhere In-Between, the new mini-album from emerging U.K. artist Eloise, is out now on AWAL. In conjunction with today’s release, Eloise premieres the official visualizer for her track, “Enough.” Fans can listen to/share the mini-album HERE and watch/share the visualizer HERE.

The new music has already begun to receive critical praise—PopMatters proclaims, “The London-based musician known professionally as Eloise is using her elegant voice, heartfelt words, and exquisite, suave sounds to revive what’s becoming a dying art form in pop’s animalistic kingdom—the torch song,” while Ones to Watch hails, “ [‘Hungover’ is] a song written with the ‘I’m over him…I think’ sentiment [showcasing] her witty songwriting and bluesy musicality.”

The mini-album—written, composed and arranged by the artist herself—represents a huge artistic leap forward for Eloise. She describes the experience of writing the eight-track project as “emotional and cathartic,” while emphasizing the importance of maintaining boldness throughout the creative process.

“This mini-album is my love letter to love and its woes. It’s mainly a collection of songs that I wrote from a place of hindsight, reflection and acceptance,” she adds. “A lot of the themes of this body of work are of longing and aching for yesterday and its possibilities, which, I reckon, is relatable to most people. I think that the different shades and angles of romance aren’t often enough explored. We so often hear songs about the hurt or the lust, and I know when I’ve been heartbroken in the past I didn’t feel like there was enough music that represented the specific types of things I was feeling. That’s why I wanted to write these songs. I want people who hear them to feel heard. I want people to know that love is so messy, and we don’t always get it right and that’s okay.”

Somewhere In-Between will be Eloise’s first release since her debut 2019 EP, This Thing Called Living. With over 25 million streams to date, the EP introduced the world to her distinctive voice. Effortlessly translating her songs into enchanting live performances, she has toured extensively since the release of her debut and played over 100 shows.

Eloise was first drawn to music while growing up in rural France, where as a child she began to comb through her parents’ diverse record collection, take piano lessons and sing in a choir. In her early teens, back in London, she taught herself the guitar by mimicking the chord patterns she saw on YouTube. By age 17 she began to share acoustic covers on Instagram, gaining notable supporters including Billie Eilish, Sam Smith and Bruno Major.

For more information, please contact Cami Opere, Louis D’Adamio or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

1. Hungover
2. Enough
3. Trick Of The Moon
4. Intertwined
5. Who’s She
7. Wanderlust
8. Lines