Eve Belle: ‘I’ve realised that as women, we have a lot of people making us feel guilty for taking up space’
The Irish singer-songwriter reflects on a year that has seen the release of her debut album, as well as bringing many important issues such as women’s place in the entertainment industry to the fore
“Every now and then I stop and think ‘this is actually happening?’” I’m speaking to Irish singer-songwriter Eve Belle over Zoom on the morning of her debut album release. “It’s been daunting,” she laughs, “but exciting as well.”
Debut albums are particularly interesting for young artists, not least because of the timespan. Some songs on Belle’s debut were written years ago, while others...
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