Eve Goodman

Eve Goodman is a young woman who transmutes the personal into the universal. After her degree in Literature, Eve left Cardiff to live in a cabin on a Cornish farm, where she wrote and recorded her first EP, Low Sun.

Eve has now returned to the mountains of North Wales. Her current writing explores the territory of grief, and rising up after losing her father. Against her loss, Eve offers the quiet harmony of a voice who is finding joy again. If you sit, listen and wait, this beautifully crafted new folk light, will unveil earth, soul and a deep connection to what it is to be human in these troubled, inspiring times.

2018 saw the release of her second EP, Straeon I Ganeuon, a bilingual collection of songs written during her artist residency in the CARNafan (a ‘creative caravan’ space) in Caernarfon. The songs draw from the stories of the locals, breathing new light into old tales, echoing the ancient folk tradition of storytelling.

In 2019 Eve was chosen by the BBC as one of twelve Horizons/Gorwelion artists from Wales.

This winter Eve is writing her first album and will record her third EP:  a collection of songs inspired by women and the sea. She is also working on collaborations with fellow Horizons artist, SERA.

“Eve Goodman possesses a rare magic” From the Margins

 

Angor

by Eve Goodman

This is a track I wrote as part of a Stamp residency in Caernarfon over the summer. I was joined by film maker Paul Hanks who produced this wonderful film of the time I spent on the quay.

Low Sun EP

My Low Sun EP is now available
from Ceg Records
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