‘All Things Change’ is a poignant new single from CLOUT favourite Eden Rain

The track is the latest single from the incredible rising artist's upcoming sophomore EP But I'm Alright Now.

The track is the latest single from the incredible rising artist’s upcoming sophomore EP But I’m Alright Now.

A beacon of consistency and thought-provoking, soulful pop sounds, independent artist Eden Rain has become one of the artist that gets us the most excited when we see a new release at CLOUT, with her name essentially guaranteeing a stellar listening experience.

The latest single from the artist is ‘All Things Change’, a track steeped in composure and thoughtful allure as the artist as she details her experience in the pandemic and the bleakness of a life spent in isolation. The track serves as more of a hopeful than downbeat one though, as the artist  communicates the mantras she tells herself in order to get through such challenging times alongside a backdrop of sound that feels warm and comforting. The track is another gorgeous showcase of what Eden is capable of and why we continue to shout about her every chance we get, and with new EP But I’m Alright Now just around the corner, we can’t wait to hear everything she has to offer.

“This is one of my most special songs. I wrote it following a dramatic winter in the covid era which was jam packed full of life drama. It was like a bad and traumatic episode of ‘Girls’… if all of them were in a mass pandemic. Everything was imploding and I was going THROUGH it on an almost comical level. The thing I tried to remind myself the whole time was that all things change and all things pass and nothing stays the same forever. It was literally a mantra for me. I was also falling in love for the first time so while I wanted everything else to move on, all I really wanted was to be frozen in time with that person. I revisited this song a few months ago and realized how everything I’d written in the second verse that I was struggling with and thought would never change- had actually changed and moved on, so I rewrote the lyrics to the ones that they are today.”