Eves Karydas announces headline show in Sydney


Successful Greek Australian artist Eves Karydas has announced her headline show in Sydney will take place on Saturday June 12, 2021 at the Metro Theatre.

Featuring as part of the Metro Theatre’s 7 Day Weekend, Eves Karydas will be performing her new song, ‘Freckles’.

“Freckles has been years in the making. It’s a song I started a long, long time ago… it began as a small thought about the rush of growing up and has morphed, over the years, into a real lived experience. Now I’m halfway through my 20s I sing these lyrics earnestly and truthfully,” Karydas said.

Eves Karydas was born in Cairns to a big Greek family.

“Freckles is ultimately about finding my safe space in-amongst the chaos of my life. A place where I can tune out all my anxieties and fears. And that place, for me, is with the person I love most in the world.”

Last year, Eves Karydas shared the universally acclaimed single, ‘Complicated’. It was tipped one of the “years best pop anthems” by Rolling Stone and landed at #22 in triple j’s Hottest 100.

Born Hannah Evyenia Karydas, she went under the name ‘Eves the Behaviour’ when she first started making music. But a couple of years ago, she made the call to change up the back half.

“Obviously Karydas is my surname. Eves comes from my middle name, it’s actually a Greek family name Evyenia,” she said previously.

“I think the direction I’ve taken…the music is a lot more confessional and up front, so I didn’t want to hide behind a moniker.”

Tickets to her show can be purchased here: https://bit.ly/3uxmBGh




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