Erin At Eleven is a songwriter/guitarist/sound engineer/one slash too many, from Glasgow who has been writing songs since around 2005.
Her music has been described as indie, folk, alt rock, pop, trip-hop, electro, even emo – provoking some nostalgic teenage memories.
Having grown up listening to the likes of Death Cab For Cutie, Depeche Mode, and Queens of the Stone Age, Erin has found her own music is ever-evolving inside a weird melting pot of genres and sounds.
In 2019, Erin released her first self-produced material ‘Eclectic EP’ and intends to follow this up soon with the release of her debut album ‘DNA’.
Erin received nominations for Best Female Artist in 2017 and Best Single ['Only Myself To Blame'] in 2019 in Radio WIGWAM's Online Radio Awards.
While she has played a smorgasbord of venues [the Classic Grand, Webster's Theatre, the O2 Academy, the 13th Note, The Old Hairdressers, Celtic Connections on Campus] Erin remains most passionate about songwriting, engineering and producing her own music and that of other independent Scottish artists.
“If you like music that moves you, music that can take you on a journey to some enchanted far off place, then put on your headphones, turn the music up and let Erin At Eleven be your guide.” - Rock News and Views
“[Eclectic EP]…is a beautiful EP…the arrangements are excellent with a great range of layered sounds and instruments. The vocals really stand out, they’re stunning. Full of emotion, they’re captivating with an edge of sadness.” - Andrulian's Blog