“…well worth keeping an eye on.” – Crack In The Road
Another World is about the loss of a partner, written from the perspective of both the dead and the living. This brooding theme combined with the track’s ghostly beats, chilling analogue keys and warm atmospherics creates dark-pop for a contemporary audience. Eleanor Robinson’s vocal soars at the forefront of this arrangement, sounding akin to the likes of BANKS and Broods’ smooth, celestial vocal style.
Eleanor created SEYD eighteen months ago in her hometown Bewdley, Worcestershire. She then entered the studio with collaborator and producer De Wilde (BMG), and together they began to craft SEYD’s unique brand of alt-pop. Since then, SEYD has already began to gain support from a number of well-regarded publications including Crack In The Road as well as BBC Introducing Hereford and Worcester. Now based in London, Eleanor is ready to engage listeners with her latest haunting, transcendental release.