Enda Gallery explores hedonism on his atmospheric electro-pop track ‘Cowboy Coffee’.




Irish artist Enda Gallery embodies the spirit of the city of Berlin, where he currently resides, with his new track ‘Cowboy Coffee’. Playful in spirit but not lacking in darker, more atmospheric sounds, Enda Gallery gives his pop songwriting an electronic flavour that is both edgy and liberating.



Talking about the new track, Enda Gallery shares:


"I wrote this in 2014 and it just felt like the right time to finish it now. It was made in an AirBnB in Berlin. I was living with my girlfriend at the time, but her parents were very religious so when her father visited, we had to pretend we didn’t live together, so I had to stay at an Airbnb. While there I was working with my longtime collaborator from Canada, Derek Ullenboom, on the song. There was ground coffee but nothing to make it with, so we made it like the cowboys used to make - simply adding the hot water and letting the coffee settle on the bottom and drinking. That’s where the name came from.”


Enda Gallery is an artist with purpose and his sincere songwriting sets his production apart as something deeper than just addictive beats and emotional melodies.