Clarity Beyond The Blur: Singer/Songwriter Robert Eberle Releases Gone Goin’

Emerging Singer/Songwriter Robert Eberle is set to release his eclectic new single Gone Goin’ to Spotify and all the major services on Fri Jan 15, 2021.

Written and engineered by the enigmatic New York based multi instrumentalist – with a little help from and the mixing and mastering magic of Colton Lava and a feature by recording artist Ben Tempelman (known as Ben T) – Gone Goin’ is Eberle’s first single release this year.

Featuring elements of Lofi-Pop, Alternative & Pop Rock to create an overall chill vibe, “Gone Goin'” is ultimately about losing someone you don’t want to lose. In this case, a girl. We’ve all been there, whether it be getting out of a toxic relationship or a toxic friendship, there’s always a part of us that doesn’t want to see that person leave your life.

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About Robert Eberle:

A Long Island native, Robert Eberle has been performing for most of his life. Eberle is a young, versatile performer and all around exceptional artist with music in his blood. He started out singing on stage as a toddler with his father and aunt’s band Iridesense, and had already begun writing his own music and lyrics by the age of twelve.

Besides engineering and producing his own demos, he also works with various other producers to create unique moments within his songs. Each one of Eberle’s tunes have a poignant story to tell, and provide the listener with an intimate look into the impressionable moments in his life – and in the lives of others around him. After previous releases “Alone”, “Collect and Change” and “Hate Me (feat. Versatheband), Eberle finally found his sound in 2020 with “Enough (with Versatheband and Don Da Menace) and “Why Did I Lose A Friend”, his most honest and introspective composition yet. Influences from an eclectic group of artists such as Finneas & Billie Eilish all the way to Journey and Panic! At the Disco have helped to create Eberle’s genre bending darker-Alternative to traditional Pop Rock.