ELLA K SOL RELEASES DEBUT EP HELLO MY NAME IS ON FEBRUARY 19

ELLA K SOL RELEASES DEBUT EP HELLO MY NAME IS ON FEBRUARY 19

 

Hello My Name Is… covers the subjects and experiences that you expect from a 17-year-old artist. But it does so with a lyrical maturity which might surprise you. A fantastic debut and one which makes you eager to hear what she does next” — Dancing-About-Architecture.com

With youthful and authentic charm 17-year-old Nashville artist Ella K Sol, releases her debut EP today.  Stream it here: https://orcd.co/rr3neod

“a storyteller at heart, cleverly weaving together melody and passion with her highly confessional song lyrics”– V13

Despite her youth, she has actually had considerable time to hone her craft, having started penning songs at aged just 10, and self-taught guitar and ukulele, as well as just enough piano to craft a song at the ivories.  “My early songwriting really just sparked from emotions and life events that I wanted to portray the best way I knew how” she explains.

Her debut EP vividly bears this out, as a lone repeated piano note introduces the emotionally stark “Time Capsule Picture.”  See the video here: https://youtu.be/XsL9tVLoqdE

 

“Young and talented pop singer Ella K Sol showcases her extraordinary storytelling ability through her dynamic singing” – Daily Music Roll

“7’11′” notably taps the socio-cultural zeitgeist by taking on the great gender divide, straightforwardly confronting the seemingly unceasing inability of men to discern how women wish to be treated. Without necessarily trying to scream “feminism!” it has “empowerment anthem” written all over it.

The edgy funk pulse of “Hard to be Good” is a particularly gritty track, on which she addresses the human inclination towards unfair judgment of others, and the difficulty of staying on an ethical course in life.

Elsewhere, “The Great Mistake,” is pure pop ear candy with a relatable message. See the video here: https://youtu.be/Pvgj0JBtY94

As a collection, they portray a blossoming songwriting talent, whose potential will excitingly play out in the coming few years. But for now, she hopes listeners can just find solace in her songs.

“The songs are an honest exploration of life, love, pain, strength, and resilience from a young woman with a fresh take on where she’s been and where she’s heading”

Subba-Cultcha

https://www.ellaksol.com/

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