With a heaven-sent beginning of an angelic choir, you slowly unravel the golden foil and unveil the goodness waiting inside...
‘Youngest Child’ a single from Eva Prowse’s debut album I Can’t Keep Secrets is a sweet piece of confectionary. Her voice represents the hard candy built on a foundation of country swagger. Prowse has a gorgeously strong folk voice which is a pleasure to listen to. Such a strong presence in this song is captivating and her voice has a forceful pressure that makes you stop and hear the stories being weaved through. Beyond the hard exterior, a sugary centre of folk-pop swirls through and melts into an unforgettable flavour that will have you reaching for another.
Prowse is a well connected artist, with help from her acclaimed friends on this album. From this single alone I Can’t Keep Secrets is a highly recommended album that needs to be unearthed.
Eva Prowse is a striking new-folk-pop singer songwriter who has rewritten the rules of country-folk to create a fusion of genres which undeniably proves her talent as one of New Zealand’s emerging female vocalists.
Prowse impresses audiences with her clear vocals, quirky lyrics and command of the violin, guitar and mandolin.
Her debut forthcoming album I Can’t Keep Secrets is due for release on 11 October 2010. She has been joined by a stellar cast of Wellington’s finest for this release which is produced by Samuel Flynn Scott from The Phoenix Foundation and recorded at the Surgery Studio in Wellington with Lee Prebble.