Erin Bolton
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Erin Bolton

Orangeville, Ontario, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2018 | SELF

Orangeville, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Established on Jan, 2018
Solo Folk Singer/Songwriter


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"In the Hills Magazine"

In “Walls Are Blue” Erin Bolton sings, “You showed up a little too late, but I’m glad you came” – and I for one am glad Bolton showed up with Cruel. On this debut effort, the artist shares her thoughts with her voice and guitar, subtly supported with keys and percussive elements by Erick Bruck, who perfectly produced the project.

“Regal Fur,” the first single from Cruel, begins with inviting percussion riffs, then transitions into a relaxed backbeat that invites listeners into a dreamy tale of a bumbling attempt to find a home in the heart of another. “Sideboob” is a clever protest tune about “milk in the mall and judgment from the food court.” A favourite for me is the tender confessional “Into Two” on which Bolton is at her most passionate and sharing.

Bolton confesses Cruel is a “tender one,” reflecting the many changes and self-inflicted growing pains in her life. She credits Bruck for believing in the project and helping bring it to fruition.

Nothing about this record is put on. It is full of intimate, charming and relaxed songs that try to make sense of the world, and it will surely capture your attention. - Scott Bruyea


Still working on that hot first release.



Crystal and certain, her voice cuts like a knife through the proverbial fog one finds themselves weighted beneath during times of confusing emotional exploration. Subtle clairvoyant elements riddle her music, and her gentle energy lifts the listener to a place of dream like familiarity. 

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