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Eve Belle

Alternative // Belfast, Antrim // She/They

Eve Belle is a bilingual singer-songwriter and television presenter originally from Donegal, now based in Belfast. Her debut album 'In Between Moments' was released in October 2020, receiving 4 stars from the Irish Times. The Sunday Times described her as 'Ireland's freshest pop voice. Since the release, Eve has found her way back to her lyrical roots, returning to a musical style which puts earnest emotion and honesty to the fore, with influences such as Julien Baker, Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers. She received the Young Musician’s Platform Award from Arts Council Northern Ireland in 2022 and performed three original songs with the Ulster Orchestra as part of this award.

Across her career, Eve has performed all across Ireland and the UK, supporting artists including Hozier, Frightened Rabbit, Soda Blonde and Wyvern Lingo. Her cover of Coldplay's Violet Hill was shared on social media by the band themselves, with the interpretation receiving praise from Chris Martin. She is an active member of the Irish Women in Harmony collective, and has performed on the Late Late Show, on the Electric Picnic Main Stage and at First Fortnight festival with the group. Their cover of 'Dreams' by The Cranberries was release in aid of SAFE Ireland in 2020 and has since amassed over 8 million streams on Spotify.

In 2023, she performed on and co-presented TG4's 'Buille', a music series filmed in Dolan's Warehouse in Limerick. She's scheduled to appear on several other television projects, both in English and Irish, this year.

Eve’s first independent EP, Sharp Relief, was released in September 2023, and as described as 'lyrically exceptional' by Donegal Woman, with the lead single 'TV' described as 'supremely cathartic' by Hot Press. She’s currently recording a new project at Analogue Catalogue studios in Rathfriland, scheduled for release in summer 2024.