The first thing you notice about Evangeline’s sound is a sense of upbeat darkness. Like being at a party where no one’s smiling, but it somehow still makes you want to get up and dance. Moody electro-pop at its best. Rising through the ranks of Triple J Unearthed artists to emerge as one of the most promising young voices coming out of Melbourne, Evangeline has built her following on an innovative combination of dark electro and synth pop. Channelling the rawness and attitude of post-hardcore into an almost chillingly angelic voice, Evangeline’s music is both soul-searching and destructive; inviting and threatening; soothing and enraging. Despite signing with Universal France and collaborating with internationally renowned musicians Pip Norman, Jan Skubizsewski, NGHTMRE. Evangeline is committed to keeping it indie in Australia and New Zealand. After spending last year writing and gigging around the globe, fans should keep an ear out for fresh releases through Evangeline’s self-started independent label, Sad Boy Records.