Eva No, the versatile singer-songwriter and composer hailing from Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, has unveiled her latest musical gem, “Bring Me Flowers.”
The new song shows off her wide range of skills and interests, making it essential listening for any music lover.
Pop, Latin, fusion, and jazz all come together in “Bring Me Flowers” to create a sound that is both unique and hypnotic.
The song’s distinctive vibe is a reflection of Eva No’s skill in fusing disparate musical influences with her own distinctive approach.
In her late teens, Eva No launched a professional singing career, and her love of music has only deepened over time. Along the way, she changed her name from Eva Nordell to the more enigmatic Eva No.
The song’s warmth and vitality come from the excellent sound variety and expert, but understated, musicianship. If you like Lady Gaga, Fleetwood Mac, Coldplay, The Beatles, Madonna, or ABBA, you’ll love Eva No’s music.
Her dedication to making an emotional connection with her audience is shown in the way her music evokes the work of these renowned artists.
As a singer-songwriter and composer, “Bring Me Flowers” showcases Eva No’s considerable skill. The song serves as both a homage to her many inspirations and an example of her prodigious talent as an artist.
It’s certain that Eva No’s fame is on the ascent thanks to her captivating music and heartfelt lyrics. Listen to “Bring Me Flowers” by an up-and-coming singer and be prepared to be swept away by its genre-bending beauty and deep sincerity.
Who are some of your most important musical influences?
I would say that I’m influenced by all kinds of artists and songs! From classical to contemporary music. What’s important to me are strong melodies, and lyrics that you can relate to. But more specifically, I really admire artists like Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Prince, and more recently Amy Winehouse and Lana Del Ray, both for their songwriting skills and their artistic expression.
How did you come up with the idea for your most recent album/song?
My new single “Bring Me Flowers” came about as most of my songs: I got the melody of the chorus in my head, along with the words “bring me flowers every day”. From there, it just kind of wrote itself
What message do you hope to convey through your music?
I don’t think I want to convey a specific message, however, I would like my music to create some kind of reaction and make people relate to their personal experiences. A good song will give you the chills! It can make you relax, give you energy, and make you feel happy, or sad.
What was the most difficult part of making your most recent album?
Before this single, my latest release was my second EP “Batteries”. I’m still waiting to complete my first full album. And the most difficult part of that is to find the time to do it, haha.
Tell me about one of the most memorable times you’ve had performing music.
I can’t think of a specific moment. But in general, I would say that it’s always the reaction from the audience that you remember. It gives you so much joy and energy, every time.
How do you maintain harmony between your professional and private life?
Well, I’m not only a songwriter and artist, but also a professional translator, and that’s how I make a living. The trick is to avoid too much work since it can make you feel exhausted. And that’s really bad for your creativity. I believe it’s important to have other hobbies besides music. I love horses and I’m a keen dressage rider.
How do you respond to criticism of your music?
I realized a long time ago that you can’t please everyone. So of course there will be people who don’t like my music. What’s important to me is the feeling that I’m free to do what I want, without anyone telling me what to do. I don’t think you should let anyone else define if your music is good or not. That’s entirely up to you.
What words of wisdom do you have for up-and-coming musicians?
Keep up the good work! Be persistent, but more importantly: be kind to yourself.