ERIN AT ELEVEN is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from the outskirts of Glasgow, who has been writing songs since 2005.
Her music takes laid-back, subtle acoustic folk melodies and then clashes them against angst laden rhythms and melancholic lyrics (which is no surprise really when you consider she's strongly influenced by the likes of Death Cab for Cutie and Queens of the Stone Age, amongst others).
Erin's style has been described as indie, alternative rock, folk, soul, pop, even emo - much to her amusement, provoking nostalgic teenage memories...
Anyway, she prefers not to put herself into any particular box these days and instead enjoys the freedom of experimenting as a writer, performer and producer. Yes, she likes to wear many hats (metaphorical and actual).
Erin makes music because she doesn't really have a choice in the matter, it pours out of her and it's productive for an insomniac to have something to focus on after all. She enjoys performing and is passionate about producing her own music but Erin's first love will always be writing songs, except when writer's block strikes
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