Eaves Wilder has shared ‘Morning Rain’, her second single of the year

The new track arrived on November 30th via Secretly Canadian.
Photo credit: Dora Paphides

Eaves Wilder has released a new single, ‘Morning Rain’.

The track is her sixth release and second song of the year, following last month’s ‘I Stole Your Jumper’. It finds the 19-year-old lamenting the idea of mandatory education, and arrives via Secretly Canadian.

“For me, school was something that postponed life from starting,” Wilder shares. “I spent the entire time trying to get out of it. You spend 18 years memorising so much information and then they turn around and expect you to know who you are and what you want, but you’re not given a chance to really figure that out.”

“This song is kind of the fallout of ‘I Stole Your Jumper’,” she adds. “I wrote it at a time when I was having to see a certain boy every day, which filled my walk from the station with dread. I felt like I was walking toward a place that didn’t feel safe.”

You can listen to ‘Morning Rainhere, and watch the official lyric video below:

Eaves Wilder has also announced her first-ever live shows; a three-day residency at London’s The Social. Tickets are available here, with full dates as below:

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