Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


Sounds like

Jordan Rakei, MEG MAC, BENEE


band members

Elle Emery


Influences

Jordan Rakei, MEG MAC, Matt Corby, Daniel Caesar


Unearthed artists we like

Chelsea Warner, Bianca Power, Sycco


Website

www.theletterellemusic.com

Bio

‘The Letter Elle’ is the project of Sunshine Coast musician and producer, Elle Emery. Elle began playing around South-East Queensland in 2016 as a solo live-looping act. Since then, she has formed a band and taken on the role of producer, bringing her songs to life on stage. The Letter Elle takes influence from a myriad of styles. The forefront of her work is her layers of soulful vocals. Her production work introduces aspects of neo-soul and R&B, and her instrumentation is stylistic of Alternative Rock. This diversity produces a unique sound to compliment her powerful voice.

In 2015, Elle was hand-picked to represent Australia in the World Championships of Performing Arts, where she took out gold and silver placings in her categories. In 2017, she won the Stones Corner Open Mic Competition - landing her the opportunity to share the stage with Regurgitator, Hemingway and Sahara Beck. This year, Elle was selected as one of 24 finalists for Brisbane City Council’s, ‘QUBE Effect’ Artist Development Program. Her most recent single, ‘Sunrise’ received traction and praise by platforms such as TheMusic.com, Music is My Muse and Emerge Radio. The song premiered on Triple J and landed a first place position on the Triple J Unearthed ‘Roots’ charts. ‘Sunrise’ remained in the top spot for over three weeks.

'The Letter Elle' is an eccentric powerhouse ready to take the Australian music scene by storm with her latest single, ‘Faithful’.

Faithful is out August 21 on all digital streaming services.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

26 Aug 2020

Triple J
35

keen to hear elle expand her sound because there's a natural soul and style to her voice.

keen to hear elle expand her sound because there's a natural soul and style to her voice.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

22 Aug 2020

Triple J
35

A hard-hitting, deep in the feels, kind of tune. Powerful as it is an enjoyable listen.

A hard-hitting, deep in the feels, kind of tune. Powerful as it is an enjoyable listen.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

22 May 2020

Triple J
40

The letter L was already a pretty special one in the alphabet. Can't have love, listen or even lunch without it. That's fitting too because I loved listening to this one while eating my lunch. Might break the rules and listen to The Letter Elle later on too.

The letter L was already a pretty special one in the alphabet. Can't have love, listen or even lunch without it. That's fitting too because I loved listening to this one while eating my lunch. Might break the rules and listen to The Letter Elle later on too.