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Eilis Frawley ‘Gone’ : Dig deep inside your degradations and wills your internal fascination, to switch and turn on.

Eilis Frawley

Over time, we fade. We fade into oblivion of our own inhibitions. A habit of truth and justice and confusion, the story of ‘Gone’ is Eilis Frawley’s song for the ages. Her realm of pop interpretations, dig deep inside your degradations and wills your internal fascination, to switch and turn on.

Off of her EP ‘Adult Life’, the 4 tracks take you on a spoken word trek that seethes in the dark and the morose, troubling and shimmering. Manicured flora in each word selected, Eilis’ talents for story, is brilliantly oriented.

Social structures, feminism, mental health, creative insecurities, personal tragedies and the impacts of living abroad, Eilis takes things up a notch in every facet.

Returning with her second EP of 2020 percussionist Eilis Frawley’s project is a silent killer – awaiting your approach.

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