London soul songstress, Ella Eyre’s rapid rise continues.
Since proving herself to be one of the UK’s most enthralling and captivating debut female singers, Ella has been wowing the crowds throughout the UK having sold out a headline tour as well as performing prolific slots at this summer’s festivals.
Now the BRIT award winner announces new single ‘Comeback’, a thrilling, horn-led smash with a whole heap of attitude. The song is based on a break-up when Ella was 17, but written from the point of view of speaking to a troubled best friend. ‘We’ve all been played, we’ve all been hurt, just take the pain, let that mother burn - you will find in time, that they always come back.’
Fierce, bold and brash, it’s a euphoric feel good song about empowerment, independence and strength. Ella says of the track, if ‘If I Go’ was about whether or not I should leave a relationship, then ‘Comeback’ is the aftermath. There’s no more vulnerability, it’s a very defiant ‘**** you.”
In October Ella will be embarking on her second headline UK tour including her biggest headline show at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. An instant sell out, the show follows 2 sold out London shows earlier this year.
Dates as below;
Wednesday 1 Birmingham Institute
Friday 3 Leeds Stylus
Sunday 5 Newcastle Student Union Basement
Monday 6 O2 ABC Glasgow
Tuesday 7 Manchester Ritz
Thursday 9 Sheffield Plug
Friday 10 2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire SOLD OUT
Sunday 12 Cardiff Solus
Monday 13 O2 Academy Bristol
Wednesday 15 O2 Academy Bournemouth
Thursday 16 Norwich Waterfront
Monday 20 O2 Academy Dublin
Wednesday 22 Belfast Mandela Hall