Irish EDM prodigy EDEN has just released his highly anticipated EP ‘i think you think too much of me’ and we can’t get enough of it! The EP just dropped on Astralwerks last Friday and has already reached #1 on iTunes Alternative Charts and #7 on the Top Album Charts. The young artist is set to kick off his Futurebound Tour later next month.

Tying into the release, EDEN premiered the video for his latest track “drugs”, and it’s simply astounding. EDEN speaks about his work: “It’s not that I wrote the song about this specific storyline, but the idea that things in your life really only mean as much as you let them connects the visuals with the track and the EP in a powerful way. You can watch the video with an outcome in your mind but things are never quite as simple or straightforward as they seem”. This track is the second of seven on his EP and speaks to the pure desperation love brings, as well as the distances a person in-love is willing to go. The video is an emotional journey through the mind of a heartbroken young man, scraping by with a kitchen job, who has turned to the underbelly of society in order to survive.

EDEN, born Jonathon Ng, has only one rule for himself: “make something you’d be proud of even if no one ever hears it”. He learned to play violin at age seven, and later began learning new instruments on his own as well as perfecting his songwriting skills. In August 2015 EDEN made his debut with “End Credit”, which had little to no PR, yet even still took off like a rocket in the charts. That momentum continued to build as EDEN released a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” in November 2015, and since then his wild success has only grown.

You can purchase his brand new, soul-crushing EP here on iTunes and experience it all via SoundCloud:

& Check out EDEN’s moving and masterful video for “Drugs” here, and peep his upcoming US and Canadian tour dates below:

Sept 7 Vancouver, British Columbia @ Rio Theatre
Sept 9 Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
Sept 11 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
Sept 14 San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
Sept 16 Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre
Sept 20 Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock
Sept 22 Austin, TX @ The Parish
Sept 23 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues – Cambridge Room
Sept 25 Houston, TX @ House of Blues – Bronze Peacock
Sept 27 St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
Sept 29 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
Oct 1 Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
Oct 4 Toronto, Ontario @ The Mod Club Theatre
Oct 5 Montreal, Quebec @ La Sala Rossa
Oct 7 New York, NY @ Webster Hall
Oct 10 Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry at The Fillmore
Oct 11 Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
Oct 13 Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel
Oct 14 Charlotte, NC @ Visulite Theatre
Oct 15 Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl
Oct 17 Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits Live
Oct 20 Orlando, FL @ The Social
Oct 21 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
Oct 22 Fort Lauderdale, FL @ The Culture Room