Pop-Synth Star Eden Hunter Lit Up The Stage In London

Pop-Synth Star Eden Hunter Lit Up The Stage In London

British pop-synth babe Eden Hunter lit up the stage at the beautiful Bush Hall venue last night in London. Her concert, in aid of the Elton John Aids Foundation, was packed out. The crowd was electric and the energy was high as she played her hour-long setlist featuring her songs ‘Kings and Queens,’ ‘Hollow’ and her new single that was released the same day; ‘Weightless.’

Her opening act Josie Proto, also dubbed “BTEC Lily Allen” brought us an acoustic style set with witty lyrics and gave us a fun performance with her trusty guitar. 

Eden brought high energy from beginning to end, covering ‘Mirror’ by Sigrid, while also singing her own songs. She then transitioned into a beautiful slow piano piece, and the room was so quiet that you could honestly hear a pin drop. She looked emotional for a moment after that song. But soon, the energy was back and, the audience cheered, sang along to her unreleased songs, and yelled out more than a few “I love you’s”

She donned her fluffy white angel outfit from the ‘Weightless’ music video for her final song, which was met with screams and applause after the video premiered on screens at the venue. The crowd used their phone flashlights which lit up the stage and venue in a starry glow.

Eden is one to watch out for in the future, this pop synth princess is making waves in the industry so stay tuned!

What do you think about Eden Hunter’s London performance? Did you enjoy it as much as we did? Let us know on the comments or Twitter @TheHoneyPop, Facebook, and Instagram!

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