New York based singer-songwriter, Arielle Eden, has drawn comparisons to Taylor Swift and LeAnn Rimes with her mix of country-pop songwriting. The debut EP has seen her work with the likes of hit songwriter Forest Glen Whitehead who has worked with Kelsey Ballerini and Brandy Clark and you can see why he’d want to work with someone like Eden. As she explores the typical themes of an ill-fated love on this record, she does so in an unusual way with quirky and clever lyrics telling the stories. Her vocals are unique – soothing with a lovely tone to them. The EP opens with the title track which has a lovely melody and dreamy backing vocals. ‘One Way’ starts with the warm sound of a pedal steel, it’s an insightful track touching on the theme of self-discovery. It’s a really well written EP, I’m excited to hear more from Arielle Eden and see how her career blossoms.