“My heart don’t hurt me like it used to, I started painting again. I think that lately, I’ve been smiling at strangers when I’m driving to the gym. Sometimes, I stay late after parties smoking weed on rooftops with my friends. And one by one I find the pieces to put myself back together again. But at four in the morning, before the sun, when the TV is blaring, but there’s nothing decent on and I haven’t been drinking like I had before, but at four in the morning, I miss you more.” — lyrics
‘Four In The Morning’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young woman who broke up with her significant other several months ago. Apparently, getting over her ex is the hardest thing in the world for her to do. Never in a million years did she think about leaving her ex because the thought of being alone terrified her. Now, after somewhat recovering from her heartache, she tells her ex-partner, “I cut my hair like you don’t like it and I don’t put on your favorite clothes. I said I’m not your girl for the first time last night and I felt okay with that ‘til I got home.”
‘Four In The Morning’ contains a post-relationship-based narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves, and Brandi Carlile. The emotive tune possesses guitar-laden instrumentation flavored with a warm indie-pop vibration. Furthermore, “Four In The Morning” is featured on Eloise Alterman’s latest six-track EP, entitled, “Sad Bird,” featuring the standout single, “Carousel.”
Eloise Alterman creates music of exquisite sensitivity, finespun songs that capture the subtlest nuances of heartache and loss. A self-taught pianist/guitarist who began penning soul-baring songs in her early teens while growing up in Detroit, Alterman deferred her acceptance to a university and moved to Nashville alone at age 17, without knowing a soul in all of Music City. After spending years working on her own to sharpen her craft, Eloise signed with Big Yellow Dog Music, ATCO Records (Genesis, the Bee Gees, Cher, Donny Hathaway), and Full Stop Management (Harry Styles, Meghan Trainor, John Mayer).
Eloise Alterman – “Sad Bird” EP
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