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ego ella may

Hailing from South London, Ego Ella May is one of the most versatile and exciting voices around. Over the past few years, the singer/songwriter has shared her marvelous array of jazz-infused neo-soul cuts that showcase her buttery smooth vocals and exceptional storytelling over lush, breathtaking soundscapes. That’s exactly the case with her newly released debut album ‘Honey For Wounds’ which features contributions from the likes of Alfa Mist, Theo Croker, Oscar Jerome, Wu-Lu, Andrew Ashong and Sons of Kemet’s Eddie Hick.

ego Ella may – girls don’t always sing about boys

ego Ella may – girls don’t always sing about boys

Ego Ella May’s voice is bewitching. It’s rich textures and soulful intonations are as lush and vibrant as the words and emotions she evokes with each word, line and verse. From 2019’s ‘So Far’ which featured singles like ‘How Far’ and ‘Rush Hour Crush’ to this year’s stunning ‘Honey For Wounds’, her fusion of jazz, neo-soul and R&B are present throughout but it’s the honesty and sincerity in her words that truly resonate with you as the listener.

Having blown us away with her beautiful performance of ‘In The Morning’ earlier this week, South London’s Ego Ella May is back for another sparkling performance as part of her COLORS ENCORE. This time around, the singer/songwriter shines on ‘Girls Don’t Always Sing About Boys’ which is produced by Eun and features on her brilliant debut album ‘Honey For Wounds’. The laid-back instrumentation which boasts a crisp drum beat and soft electronics allows May’s thought-provoking and vivid lyrics like “Girls don’t always sing about boys, What if I wanna talk about suffering, in the earth, the ocean plastic happenings?” to truly hit home.

ego Ella may – in the morning

ego Ella may – in the morning

Hailing from South London, Ego Ella May is one of the most versatile and exciting voices around. Over the past few years, the singer/songwriter has shared her marvelous array of jazz-infused neo-soul cuts that showcase her buttery smooth vocals and exceptional storytelling over lush, breathtaking soundscapes. That’s exactly the case with her newly released debut album ‘Honey For Wounds’ which features contributions from the likes of Alfa Mist, Theo Croker, Oscar Jerome, Wu-Lu, Andrew Ashong and Sons of Kemet’s Eddie Hick.

For COLORS, Ego Ella May delivers a delightful performance of ‘In The Morning’ (produced by Tom Excell), a stand out single taken from ‘Honey For Wounds’. Breaking the silence with her distinctly textured vocals that embody a sense of timelessness, May impresses from start to finish as she works her magic over the twinkling instrumentation that blends together jazz with subtle electronics and soul. Dive into the uplifting session above, it’s a stunner!

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