London-based songwriter Gabriela Eva, showcases her unique style, which blends electronica, hip hop, soul, and alt-pop on her single "Ache". The hauntingly beautiful track features intricate production elements that introduce themselves throughout the song, highlighting Eva's vocal talents and unique songwriting style.
Growing up in the Essex countryside, Gabriela was inspired by her mother and other powerful female vocalists to create her distinct sound. Despite struggling with dyslexia, music provided Gabriela with the freedom to express herself and explore the arts. Today, her mission is to promote and celebrate neurodiversity by encouraging others to use music to tap into their creative potential.
Gabriela Eva has performed in various parts of the world, including Shanghai, Central America, Asia, and Europe. In 2019, she played at multiple UK festivals, such as "Greenpeace" at Glastonbury and "Sunday Papers Live" at Wilderness for Sofar Sounds.
In "Ache," Gabriela explores the process of navigating one's internal struggles and rewiring the mind to become the best version of oneself. She hopes her music will contribute to listeners' journeys and provide a place for them to feel seen and heard. She speaks on the track below, explaining that.
“As animals, we are designed to detect threats around us for survival, outside our bodies. Yet, we are still in a thick process of navigating inside ourselves all the time, figuring out why we behave in certain ways & working on rewiring our minds to become the best versions of ourselves. I want my music to contribute to all of our journeys and hope for it to be a place for others to feel seen and heard.”