London-based singer, songwriter and vocal powerhouse Eloise Viola has just released her debut album, Glasshouse, which is a passionate pop record which shares her messages of self-love, self-empowerment, and hard-won independent strength. We got in touch with Eloise ahead of the album release, to ask what makes her… 




Performing on stage and hearing from audiences about how my songs have resonated with their lives and their stories. Also toast.   



I like being kind of happy sad… like when a character or storyline in book really resonates with you or you feel moved by a voice or lyric in a song. I love appreciating and connecting with these stories. You know that feeling you get when you’re sad, so you listen to sad music to make you sadder?  



It really does annoy me when I see content online that promotes people feeling any way about themselves that isn’t loving themselves and their bodies; anything to do with “flat stomach”, “calorie deficit”, “heroin chic”, “tummy tea” etc… 


I’m really really so proud of this album. Not just the songs and how much I’ve put into it, but I feel like this album is an accumulation of everything I’ve learnt in my twenties – about confidence, love, friendship, and myself, but it’s also everything I’ve learnt about song writing, production and how I want my music to sound. 



I love being creative with my hands but switching off with my brain. 


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