Eaves Wilder releases new single ‘Better Together

It is her first new music since her debut EP ‘Hookey’.

Photo: Holly Whitaker

Eaves Wilder has shared her new single ‘Better Together’; listen to the song below.

It is the London musician’s first new music since the release of her debut EP ‘Hookey’ earlier this year.

Speaking about the song, in which Eaves sings from both the perspective of someone who is sceptical of love and one who is not, Eaves has said: “I became a sceptic after the relationship that inspired my song ‘I Stole Your Jumper’. I’m not gonna cut myself in two to be your other half’ was how I viewed them.”

Eaves signed with Secretly Canadian in 2021, waiting until her eighteenth birthday to do so, because she felt it would be “uncool” to have her mother sign her record deal for her.

Eaves is gearing up to make her Glastonbury debut next week, with an appearance on the BBC Introducing Stage on 24th June. She will also appear at Secret Garden Party in Cambridgeshire in July and Boardmasters in Cornwall on 12th August.

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