Los Angeles, CA (August 7, 2018) – Contemporary R&B and Pop artist EBEN announces the release of his EP PAST HUNDRED DAYS today. The six-track EP will be released on Tuesday, August 21st, and is co-written and co-produced by EBEN. PAST HUNDRED DAYS is a reflection of Eben’s journey over the past hundred days, as he experienced heartbreak, toured with Why Don’t We, and reminded himself not to take life too seriously. The EP will feature a more mature and hip-hop influenced sound for EBEN, with production from Grammy award winning producer R8DIO (Solange) and Josh J., guitarist for Miguel.
EBEN’s latest single “LAMBO’ was released in February – watch HERE. The song, featured on Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday playlist, quickly followed the release of his debut EP, “FINALLY,” which shot to #7 on the Apple Music Pop Chart. EBEN has spent his year touring with Why Don’t We on their US and European tour. He will also join the band on the upcoming leg of their international tour in Asia, starting on August 11th through August 26th – see full tour dates here.
PAST HUNDRED DAYS Tracklist:
- THAT’S ALRIGHT
- BACK TO US
- WHEN DID KNOW
EBEN, who hails from Cincinnati, Ohio, has dreamed of pursuing music from a young age.
The artist, born as Eben Franckewitz, had a rough start – after joining a boy band at age 15, the group ultimately fell apart four years later. The now 22-year-old decided to take his music career into his own hands, and delivered a collection of hip-hop-flavored pop tracks filled with bright beats and infectious melodies entitled FINALLY in January, which shot to #7 on the Apple Music Pop chart. EBEN quickly followed up the EP with his debut single “LAMBO” which reached #10 on the Spotify US Viral charts and was featured on their wildly popular “New Music Friday” playlist. Serving as the opening act for Why Don’t We’s US and European tour, the independent artist has turned that musical passion into a following that now includes over 350,000+ social followers. EBEN will release his second EP, PAST HUNDRED DAYS, on August 21st.