EWAH & The Vision of Paradise
EWAH & The Vision of Paradise evoke familiar Australian landscapes; beaches, dunes, bushland and suburban streets. These idyllic images, drenched in summer light, throw dark shadows.
EWAH has been writing and performing for over a decade. She cut her teeth in the sticky carpet music scene of Melbourne, Australia and in 2010 won the APRA Darebin Songwriters’ Award. In late 2014, EWAH moved to Hobart, Tasmania and formed the band The Vision of Paradise (TVOP).
Earlier this year, EWAH & The Vision of Paradise released their cinematic noir rock album Everything Fades to Blue. It made The Guardian’s picks for best Australian underground releases, album of the week on Edge Radio in Hobart, track 1 made Song of the Week on Evadidos radio in Spain, and single Walk the Night has picked up regular rotation on Double J and Triple J Unearthed radio and international play on Henry Rollins’ KCRW show, USA.
In the summer of 2017, the band played a string of festivals, including A Festival Called Panama.
“A dark and smouldering track with the spark of PJ Harvey and the swampiness of Beasts Of Bourbon. EWAH & The Vision Of Paradise are just another band making us realise that Hobart is going through a real musical purple patch.” Dan Condon, Double J (Walk the Night)