The breath of his talents are evident in the new video, “Searching For Someone,” the title track for his debut LP. The song starts off with a heavy bass drum effect that drops suddenly, giving give way to light piano keys, summery-feeling synth keys, bright, strumming guitar chords, bubbling bass and remarkably melodic hooks, all encompassing Warsaw’s well-honed, strong vocals, which at times can range from semi-falsetto to modal register – a benefit many singers wish they could pull off.
“The song has a good summer vibe to drive around to with the windows down,” he says. “The inspiration for the debut album was to create an audio sci-fi or futuristic love story from start to finish, using experimental sounds that are relatable and current.”
After enjoying a kind of mini DIY hit with his single, “Diamonds,” in 2014, the Toronto artist took his time – nearly two years – honing his sound; writing and recording new songs; reworking them and mixing, and along with his fellow band members, devoting himself to perfecting the sound and stepping up his game, encouraged along by avid fans of his earlier work.
After two years of writing and recording, Eden Warsaw, along with his band, had a bunch of songs to work with and release, whch they’ve been doing. In addition to guitarist and vocalist Warsaw, band members include Phanat Chan (guitar/synth); Kyle Densmore (drums), and Troy Donaldson (bass).
“This actual rollout wouldn’t be possible without the guys in the band,” Warsaw says. “They are massively talented musicians that heard the music in studio and convinced me to finally start releasing everything. We are all like brothers.”
The guys will be performing at Canadian Music Week from May 2nd – May 8th. Visit the Facebook page.
Lightning Touch – Eden Warsaw from Searching For Someone
Superalfvenic (Sunlight) – Eden Warsaw from Searching For Someone