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Party Nails’ “Eden” — Review

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Party Nails, the Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter known for her work with artists like Getter and Battle Tapes, recently released a new single called “Eden” that’s a must-add to any indie dream-pop playlists.

While the track only recently came across our submissions, the song released on April 23. The song was the eighth selection from her album “You Don’t Have To Go Home But You Can’t Stay Here” which came out in May.

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The song captures a sound reminiscent of a cross between Grimes and Tegan & Sara. It featured flushed-out harmonies, grooving keys, and a whimsical, carefree energy. The production is modern and electronic, with an ambient washiness that keeps everything cohesive.

Overall, the track is a deserving listen from an artist working her way up the ranks.

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About Party Nails:

Party Nails (née Elana Belle Carroll) joined choir at 8, picked up the viola at 10, and the guitar at 11. By 12 she was playing original songs at open mics around her hometown of Chatham, New York, and at 17 picked up production. After moving to Los Angeles in October of 2014, Party Nails waitressed, made music and didn’t do much else. A year later Neon Gold premiered Party Nails’ first single “Break” which was followed by “No Pressure” and “Better” in 2016, and finally her first music videos and EP in 2017, the same year PVRIS took her on their North American tour (along with Canadian artist Lights). In 2018 she self-released her debut album, Past Lives and Paychecks, and in 2019 scored a few short films and continued to tour, supporting Bad Bad Hats, Eve 6, MitiS, and co-headling with PRXZM and Cannons. A frequent collaborator, she has written and provided vocals for Battle Tapes, Getter, MitiS and produces and engineers other artists between tours. She supported Australian artist Donny Benét at the top of 2020 and will be headlining a US run later this year in support of her sophomore album You Don’t Have To Go Home But You Can’t Stay Here (Self Release, May 15, 2020).

 

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