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Eden Hunter: ‘So many people don’t get the importance of representation in music’

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Eden Hunter caught up with GAY TIMES about her rise to pop stardom and what made her “feel comfortable” speaking about her queerness.

Her career has been going from strength to strength, with Eden’s recent performance at Mighty Hoopla being her biggest to date. “It was surreal because I’ve never performed on a stage that big before,” she explained on the day, jokingly adding: “I think I’d like to do it again.” She performed latest release, Twenty, for the first time at the festival after finding out it was her first song to be featured on an editorial playlist. “I loved doing my new single, Twenty, because that’s fresh out so it’s nice to do that live for the first time because there were a few of my friends that had come, so it was nice because they obviously knew it,” she shared.

Other favourites to play to a crowd are Chance My Heart and All My Love: “I feel like this is the ultimate festival for All My Love because it’s quite hooky, so people get to know it quickly.

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