'All of Eden' are an independent indie band from Galway city comprised of brothers Jake and Troy Daniel Gawley. The inspiration for the name came from the desire to have what you cannot and is a nod to the story of Adam and Eve.
With an emphasis on stereo vocals and their use of harmony, they have crafted their unique sound which hinges itself on its simplicity and almost soundtrack quality. Their influences are vast and include LCD Soundsystem, The 1975, MGMT, The Beatles and Oasis.
Their debut work 'ABIENCE' which began in April 2020, will be an open body of work which will continually be added to, eventually forming an album. It currently consists of singles 'Hannah', 'The Weir' and 'HER'.
The title of the work comes from the urge to withdraw a situation or place. This is particularly true in the case of their track 'Hannah', which portrays the 'oft-told story of guy wants girl, with a genuineness that pulls the listener a little closer'.
With 'The Weir' the brothers took a different approach and headed towards a more synth driven sound. Recalling the memories of late nights spent by the weir, the track tells the story of old school love in a modern world. The simplicity, instrumentation and melody give the track a vibe which could easily lend itself to an 80's John Hughes movie.
Their latest release 'HER' relies on its simplicity of style which works well for the brothers. A floaty mix of reverb, harmonies and guitar melodies gives the song a nostalgic retro sound.