L.A based artist Eric Grooms dives deep into the well of mortality with his scorching new track 'Evil Woman'.

Blurring the lines between hip-hop and dreamy indie-pop is Eric Grooms who has been quietly making a name for himself on the L.A scene.


One of the key pillars of Eric’s soundscape is his relatable and prolific lyricism that is dosing the industry with a much-needed scent of honesty. However, it’s the way Eric can effortlessly weaver between his vulnerability and his cutting-edge humour that has fans constantly going back for more.


His latest creation, ‘Evil Woman’, features heavy bass guitar throughout as Eric tries to remove all temptation and sin from his life through his tongue-twisting lyricism.


Speaking on his latest track, Eric revealed, “Evil Woman is a song that is very close to my heart. Not only because it was my first song, but because I think it addresses something very important. A good portion of the song is devoted to illustrating times when my Mom would warn me about relationships that are no good for me. However, the underlying message for me is one of morality and religion.”


Dive into the track below.