Alternative and atmospheric indie artist Penny Eau knows there is power in her words. The US-born singer grew up in the performing arts space, but never felt quite at home in America. At 18, she moved to Liverpool, England to attend Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. In Liverpool, her artistry and maturity blossomed, and she realised that this, performing, is what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Since graduating Penny has worked internationally between Norway, the UK and Los Angeles.
Penny has success as not only an artist but a writer, vocalist and producer. She has had radio placements on BBC 6 and NRK P3 for her debut single Lavender & Gasoline. Other recent accomplishments include her cover of ‘New York, New York’ with Daemon and Zech Biship being featured in the Shonda Rhimes-helmed Netflix Original miniseries “Inventing Anna” and original ‘Zeros and Ones’ being placed in MTV's Teen Mom. Looking forward, she’s excited to release her debut album in early 2023 made alongside many notable producers including Oscar Neidhardt (Thirty Seconds to Mars, Emeline) and HAO (2 Chainz, The Isley Brothers).
In addition to these accomplishments Penny also has an impressive history of performing live. She’s performed at the 2021 Vegan Camp out, the Liverpool Digital Music Festival, London’s O2 Academy Islington, and the Liverpool International Music Festival.
Penny’s songs paint a picture with their hyper-metaphorical lyrics, with topics ranging from heartbreak to climate change. She takes inspiration from genre-bending experimental artists such as Bon Iver, James Blake, and The 1975, and from her passions for veganism, sustainability, mental health acceptance, and destigmatising the struggle of addiction, having dealt with the latter two herself. Penny Eau is a wholly unique artist, and her signature blend of cinematic flair combined with her haunting voice make sure you’ll never forget her.