Enter the World of Eleri Ward: Her New Single ‘Moss’ Drops April 5th

Experience the Ethereal Soundscapes of the New York City-based Artist, as She Takes You on a Journey…

New York City, United States

Release Date: 2024-04-05
Check out Moss here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/eleriward/moss

“New York City-based artist Eleri Ward is back with a mesmerizing new single, ‘Moss,’ set to release on April 5th. The folk-infused track is a beautiful and introspective exploration of finding peace within oneself, featuring Ward’s ethereal vocals, layered guitar melodies, and a grounding drone.

Ward’s haunting vocals, filled with yodels and smooth cracks, act as a guiding echo through the song, beckoning listeners to let go of their worries and reconnect with their center. The accompanying instrumentation, including reversed guitar harmonics, creates a meditative soundscape that transports listeners to a warm, dark forest where they can take a moment to simply be.

Inspired by her own struggles with anxiety, Ward’s songwriting is deeply personal and raw. In her own words, she shares, ‘I began writing this song in my San Francisco hotel room while on tour. As an anxious person, performing can be a challenge, but on this tour, I finally felt comfortable and grounded on stage.’

With a powerful message and a unique approach to production, ‘Moss’ is a testament to Ward’s talent as a singer, songwriter, and musician. Her previous work, including a full-length Sondheim album and a follow-up EP, has received critical acclaim and a dedicated following on TikTok.

Rooted in storytelling and influenced by a variety of genres, Ward’s music is a testament to her versatility and creativity. As an emerging artist, she continues to push the boundaries and explore the intersection of theater and music, making her a truly unique and exciting artist to watch.

Be sure to mark your calendars for April 5th and immerse yourself in the captivating world of Eleri Ward’s ‘Moss.’ This single is not one to be missed and is sure to leave a lasting impression on listeners.”