Born in Melbourne, Eran James is a vocal talent to behold, an artist who has garnered remarkable attention for the extraordinary depth and soul of his voice.
Universal Music Australia is proud to announce the release of Eran’s second album, Ten Songs About Love, on August 25th. The first single, Touched by Love is at radio this week and to coincide with this Eran is showcasing his new album with some special acoustic performances in Sydney and Melbourne throughout July.
Growing up in the suburbs of Melbourne, at only 15 years of age Eran released his debut album, Reviewing The Situation, and the critics took note. Such a young, vulnerable Aussie kid with an incredible ability to move people through the raw soul of his voice - the possibilities were endless, and, suddenly, deservedly, the critics have taken note.
Ten Songs About Love, his second album was recorded in New York and produced by Jay Newland (Norah Jones/Missy Higgins) and Tom Nichols (Britney Spears). His session musicians included players for Amos Lee, Herbie Hancock, Branford Marsalis, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Luciano Pavarotti, Bob Dylan, Al Green and Jeff Buckley.
The album has been tipped for big success from industry insiders - but don’t just take it from us, this young suburban Melbourne boy has had his fair share of testimonials:
"Man you sound blacker than me, I endorse you, you are the real thing", James Brown
"Eran is like a male Norah Jones with edge", Jessie Harris (Songwriter for Norah Jones)
Head along to the below dates for a series of intimate and acoustic performances of his new album throughout July.