Tag: A Girl Called Eddy
Taken from the Elefant Records release, Been Around.
Taken from the Elefant Records release, Places.
We are extremely excited to share with you today the first new song by Erin Moran (A Girl Called Eddy) in nearly 15 years, as well as a debut of her new project, The Last Detail, out today on Elefant!
Since its publication in 2014, this interview with A Girl Called Eddy’s Erin Moran has consistently been one of The Recoup’s most popular stories. Learn more about the mysterious Moran and the making of one of the best albums you’ve probably never heard.
In 2004, punk label Epitaph‘s sister label Anti quietly released A Girl Called Eddy to very little fanfare. Her small fan base had been built earlier in the decade, when she released Tears All Over Town, a five-song EP. Those devoted few who were awaiting her new record were in for a shock; her introduction,… Read More ›
In 2001, A Girl Called Eddy–the project headed by Erin Moran–released its debut, a five-song EP of lovely, slightly melancholy jazz-pop. Three years later, this little record would be eclipsed by one of the most amazing albums of the past decade, a orchestrated pop record so grand, so big, it seemed to come out of… Read More ›