“Sunday ‘91’s charms…are deep” **** Evening Standard
“Beguiling and entrancing acoustic reveries” **** Daily Mirror
“Intense, imagistic, atmospheric confessionals” – Guardian
“Cat Power, PJ Harvey and Laura Marling are not artists to be invoked casually when reviewing a debut album, but Sunday ’91 merits the namechecks” – ‘Debut of the Week’ Sunday Times
Annie Eve’s hushed, intense acoustica is already making waves with her debut album receiving huge critical acclaim and showing no signs of abating as we head towards 2015. If you have yet to experience her textural, hypnotic soundscapes, prepare to be engulfed by this 23-year-old from North London.
Having released her debut album Sunday ’91 this summer to glowing reviews, Annie Eve will be bringing out her new single ‘Ropes’ on 10th November on Mouth to Mouth Records / Sony Red Music Solutions. Annie says of the song “It’s basically about human behaviour and how it feels to be controlled by someone”..
In February 2014, following a sold out headline gig at St Pancras Old Church last year, Annie undertook the 2014 Communion New Faces tour with Luke Sital-Singh, Eliza and the Bear and Farewell J.R. Playing to a sold out crowd every night. Annie also played a sold out headline gig at the Lexington in July 2014 and wowed crowds at festivals this summer, playing the BBC introducing stage at Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk Festival and Bestival.