Ella Eyre has a double platinum No.1 single under her belt, along with a BRIT Award, two MOBO Awards and a top 5 album.
Since releasing her debut album, Feline, Ella has travelled around the world on a mission to find herself both as a solo artist and as a person. In the wake of her father’s sudden passing in 2017 she experimented with her sound in the US, found healing and limitless inspiration in her fatherland of Jamaica and returned to London full of confidence and a hard drive bursting with hits.
Ella’s music is exciting, fizzing with energy and confidence. In early January 2019, she released the incredible new single New Me. Heralding a new year, it embodies a triumphant sense of independence and empowerment.
As she’s grown and matured as an artist, so to have her ambitions. Hits are great but she’s now more interested in a long, stable career than she is about hitting the number one spot. “It’s not about ‘Oh did you get into the top ten?’ anymore,” she says. “That was very much my mentality on the first album. Actually, longevity is what success means to me now -having the ability to do what I do for a really long time.” Already an industry veteran and a much-loved star, her future in the pop pantheon seems secure.
There are only 4 dates left on this tour and as ever the tickets are in limited supply, so you will have to act fast and book yours before they are all snapped up. You can find the rest of the dates and tickets here.
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Tell Me About It
Waiting All Night
If I Go
Came Here for Love
We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off
Just Got Paid