Fast-rising Irish producer and singer-songwriter, EDEN, returns to The Olympia Theatre this November, following the success of his debut album and a sold-out Dublin show earlier this year.
EDEN - Jonathon Ng - followed up his 2016 EP, i think you think too much of me, with his debut studio album, vertigo, in January.
Growing up in Dublin, he learned to play violin at age seven at the urging of his parents and—through that classical training—discovered a natural musicality that he soon applied to piano and guitar. “My two goals in life were to be an astronaut or a musician, and somehow being a musician seemed like less of a long shot,” he said before.
After playing in several bands in his early teens, he began experimenting with production and releasing his self-produced electronic music under the name The Eden Project. As his sound evolved and took on a more vocal-centric aesthetic, Ng rechristened himself as EDEN, making his debut with 2015’s End Credits.
Despite little promotional work, he soon found the EP gaining major attention and prompting him to sell-out legs on his first tour of both Europe and North America.
EDEN, just 22-years-old, will take his live-show to the Olympia Theatre on 27 November.