Sydney born and Dublin based singer-songwriter Euan Hart blends contemporary folk foundations with vivid pop moments and an electronic hue to deliver his distinctive acoustic-folk / pop style. As a self-produced and recorded artist, Euan Hart's songwriting is heavily influenced by production and recording techniques, creating unique sonic landscapes that blend multiple genres together.
Drawing on influences such as Weyes Blood, Father John Misty, Andy Shauf, Blake Mills and The War on Drugs, Euan Hart is able to convey a raw intensity through his lyrical storytelling, whilst remaining endearing to audiences with a self-mocking outlook that never takes itself too seriously.
Euan Hart has recently relocated to Dublin to work on new music, spend time with family and reconnect to his Celtic Roots whilst playing live shows. He recently played two sold out shows at Whelan’s, Dublin. In Sydney, his live achievements included selling out Golden Age Cinema, Oxford Art Factory Gallery and playing venues such as The Vanguard and The Chippendale Hotel.