NEW MONDAY! ERICA NOCKALLS Eiffel’s Eye
by Walter Price
The recently released single, “Eiffel’s Eye”, from multi-faceted artist Erica Nockalls has a blended vibe of Siouxsie Sioux, Charlotte Adigéry, and plenty of nostalgic indie-pop. And if you’ve ever gotten yourself lost in the haze of Paris’ night lights and explored the city’s haunts under the watchful gaze of Gustave Eiffel’s towering structure, or even dreamt of such an experience, then this song will resonate.
“Setting a scene of hedonism unfolding… a pure sense that anything is possible in a foreign land. An air of optimism with glittering synth, driving bass, offset with kind, generous vocal melodies. An anthemic track, celebrating freedom and liberation.”, an oft-posted social media description explains.
Agreed, there’s an undeniable amount of sexiness and eager energy in the grungy, shadowy unknowns of exploration. And this track is poised to slide nicely into your fave seedy cab rides, chats on shabby sofas in unfamiliar rooms, and dimly-lit doorways playlist.
“Eiffel’s Eye” is taken from the 9-track LP, ‘Dark Music From a Warm Place’, which is available everywhere, now. You can stream it in full as well as see the brilliant DIY music video, which follows a-mic-in-hand Nockalls navigating Paris’ nocturnal streets, here at the GTC.
ERICA NOCKALLS Dark Music From a Warm Place
Eiffel’s Eye, music video
Artist photo by via Bandcamp
All music and lyrics by Erica Nockalls
Mixed and produced by Jean-Charles Versari
Mastered By Remi Salvador
“Erica Nockalls is an English violinist, vocalist, songwriter, and visual artist. She is best known as violinist in The Wonder Stuff, as one half of acoustic duo Miles Hunt And Erica Nockalls, and as live fiddle player for The Proclaimers. Nockalls is lead vocalist, violinist, and guitarist in her art-rock band, Erica Nockalls.” – bio