Introducing Ella More, a hidden flower in the U.K.’s neo-Soul division who’s ready to grow into her full potential...
With her honest, soul-baring lyrics, the Birmingham songstress offers listeners a peep at her lens and uses music as a form of therapy; putting to rest any issues while simultaneously shedding the weight of the world from her shoulders.
Influenced by heroes and heroines such as D’Angelo, Lauryn Hill, the late Amy Winehouse and Jill Scott: “My music often comes from a deep and dark place. I just convey that in the most beautiful way possible.”
Not one to be defined by genres and structures, she’s able to channel a wealth of themes and weave in chapters of her personality with melodies and impulse-driven runs that always differ from the last.
Her frank reflection on past loves, joyous times and where to go next upward is looking like a clear-cut route.