Chelsea Jyles is a pop singer/songwriter and producer hailing from Brisbane, Australia. She has performed at venues across Australia and is about to embark on her first UK tour in August. Her latest single ‘Kinda Like You’ will be released August 1st. On March 25th 2019, she released her single “Jeans” to rave reviews and worldwide radio play. It was inspired by a trip to Europe where her jeans got a little too tight. She has been interviewed by international media outlets, and her music has racked up over 35,000 Spotify streams and 300,000 YouTube views.
In early 2018, she began production on her first official EP ‘Never Land’. She wrote, produced, recorded and mixed all the tracks solo. It was released on June 10th 2018 and debuted at number 50 on the iTunes Album Chart. After “accidentally” writing more songs she loved too much to hold onto for too long, she produced and released them as her second EP “Get Along”. It was released on January 1st 2019 to rave reviews and its lead single “House On Fire” is her most well received song to date, gaining radio play and on-air interviews.
Chelsea began teaching herself guitar at age 15, though her love for music stems back to her earliest memories. She quickly discovered her desire to write her own songs, and at 16, she entered the studio to record her first songs “Hours” and “Ordinary”. Two years later, under her actual name “Chelsea Geils”, she released her first self-produced songs “I’m A Runaway” and “Turning Away”. The latter reached number 4 on the Triple J Unearthed Rock Chart. Her first publishing deal came in 2013, when her song ‘I Don’t Wanna Party’ was used in a Boohoo Clothing campaign. In 2015, she decided to change her stage name to ‘Chelsea Jyles’ in an attempt to alleviate mispronunciations of her last name. Her singles “Big City” and “Gotcha” were released in 2016, with the official music video for “Gotcha” being one of her most successful to date.