With the release of his new album, no future, out Feb. 14 via Astralwerks, the GRAMMY Museum will welcome vocalist/producer/multi-instrumentalist EDEN for a conversation moderated by Scott Goldman, followed by a performance.


On his sophomore release, EDEN (Dublin-bred artist Jonathon Ng) takes an outward-looking perspective with the looming threat of the climate crisis informing much of his songwriting. But while its songs often return to themes of finality and loss, no future unfolds with an unlikely splendor that ultimately makes for a transcendent listening experience. As with all his music, no future was recorded and self-produced in EDEN’s home studio in Dublin.


Released in January 2018, EDEN’s debut album vertigo shot to No. 1 on the iTunes Top Albums chart in 12 countries, racking up over 200 million streams globally. To date, EDEN has amassed over one billion streams for vertigo and his two EPs: 2015’s End Credits and 2016’s i think you think too much of me — a Billboard 200-charting EP featuring the Lorde-supported lead single “sex.” The 2018 “vertigo World Tour” sold out across the globe, and EDEN will kick off the “no future World Tour” on March 8th in Dublin, arriving in North America in Dallas, TX on April 23rd