Eves Karydas returns with second single, Further Than The Planes Fly

Eves Karydas returns with second single, Further Than The Planes Fly

The artist formerly known as Eves The Behavior is writing some of Australian pop's most golden moments right now.

At the end of last year, the artist formerly known as Eves The Behavior (as well as a couple of names before that) returned with a gorgeous new single There For You, which continues to stand firm some two months later thanks to its strong, bold chorus and all-around brilliant vibe. After promising "loads more music" to come, the Brisbane/London artist has returned with her first music in 2018 with Further Than The Planes Fly, another sensational track which makes the long wait for her return all the more worth it. Like There For You before it, Further Than The Planes Fly is bold and confident, with Karydas' catchy and radio-friendly vocals standing tall above a driving, electronic-based instrumental. "This song is about letting go of reputations and the parts of your life that are influenced by what other people think,” says Karydas on the single. “It seems easier said than done, but one day the sky just sort of opened up and I started seeing things differently. I wrote this song off the back on that energy. I felt like I could do anything that day."

Although Australia's music scene is still internationally adored for its contributions to electronic (Flume, Alison Wonderland, What So Not) and indie-rock (Tame Impala, Vance Joy, Tash Sultana), artists including George Maple, Wafia and now Eves Karydas (among plenty of others) are strengthing our pop music scene and getting ready for an international takeover, and with singles like Further Than The Planes Fly up our sleeves, it wouldn't surprise me if it happens across the next year. Listen to the track below.

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