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Evelinn Trouble releases second track of ‘Hope Music’

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Hope Music’ is now publically available! The song from the upcoming EP named with the same title is set for release on 4th May via Radicalis. Evelinn Trouble grew up in Zurich, Switzerland, is now based in Berlin and thus far received considerable support by the likes of Idobi Radio, CLASH Mag and All things Go Music just to name a few.

Building upon her recent tune ‘Sunset Everytime’, which was named as one of “The 33 best Swiss rock, indie and alternative songs of the year” by Noisey, her newest piece ‘Hope Music’ delivers light-hearted vocal lines over calming electro beats, wailing with fervor that “Hope Music“ is gonna save her soul.

Let’s give her new self- recorded and produced release a listen:

The track traverses melancholic territory but unfolds as an anthem of hope – delivered by an artist that has truly lived every line of her songs. As one can hear, Trouble uses her powerful voice in order to deliver strong beliefs and opinions.

After a few listens it becomes clear; this song is about more than getting up in the morning with a smile, this “hope” is about survival, an outcry directed at life: “I don’t wanna feel dead anymore“, and maybe that’s as optimistic as it gets in this cynical age of now.

Evelinn Trouble‘s forthcoming EP ‘Hope Music‘ will set free three additional songs named ‘Monstrous‘, ‘Prison‘ and ‘Goodbye‘ that will make one review the features of life.

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