e.p. hall is the dark folk brainchild of e.p., who creates thinky, creepy, guitar-and electrobuzz songs along with her musical partner in crime, Andy Goheen. The project has been described as having a “…haunting vocal style and unique fingerpicked
guitar combined with…warm and engaging keyboards and effects to create beautifully mournful songs”. Much of the content of e.p. hall’s songs emanates from a preoccupation with philosophy and psychological science, and each one is strung through with symbols, word games, and a tangible emotional intensity.
I feel this will really appeal to fans of Neko Case or Beth Orton.
Here's the title track from their new album 'Mommy Crow' out now on IFF-Transponder records (UK).
e.p. hall 'Mommy Crow'