By DONNA BALANCIA
Trevor McShane has released a new video for the single “Eloise,” off his upcoming album Boom Boom.
“Eloise” is one of McShane’s best to date. The pop-style track has a catchy beat, it’s hooky with fun guitar and keyboards, a bold saxophone and positive message.
“Eloise is a fictional character,” McShane said. “The song is a sentiment that advises to take advantage of an opportunity that may lead to romance. It’s also dismissive of men who drive Chevelles.”
McShane: Around The World with Stories
The singer-songwriter’s adventures have brought him around the world in search of life’s stories. He creates music that makes people think, and the lyrics to his tunes are reminiscent of better days.
During his 30-plus years of making music, McShane has amassed a great catalogue of poetry, melodies and songs about life. There are few countries in which McShane is a stranger and following a recent trip to Europe, he’s back in Los Angeles and playing local gigs.
Check out “Eloise” here:
‘Eloise is First Track off New Album, ‘Boom Boom’
“Eloise” is the first track released off McShane’s upcoming album Boom Boom, to be released June 29.
Said McShane: “I’ve been in love with music since I was a child and I attempt to live each day to the fullest with my creativity.”
“Eloise” is written by Neville Johnson (Trevor McShane) LJ Benet and Barry Keenan.
All instruments by Barry Keenan except saxophone by Steve Sadd.
Vocals by Trevor McShane. Produced and engineered by Barry Keenan.