ELLE WINTER RELEASES DEBUT SINGLE "SICK OF YOU" FROM HER UPCOMING CD OUT THIS FALL.
Compiled By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs
Rising pop singer and songwriter Elle Winter recently released her infectious debut single "Sick of You" from her upcoming EP due this fall via RED MUSIC.
Co-written and produced by The Orphanage, the popular hit making duo who have penned and produced massive hits for Demi Lovato, Alessia Cara, Lizzo, andThe Chainsmokers, Elle's "Sick of You" gives the world the perfect introduction to pop music's newest star.
"I'm very excited to begin my next musical chapter with my single 'Sick of You,' which describes being with a person who understands you and that you connect with,” explains Elle. "It's fitting for me to set the tone of this chapter with a message of connection, given that this is what I strive to do through my music: connect with others."
Elle Winter was discovered by Disney at age 12 and landed a supporting acting role in the film “The Three Generations” in 2015 with Susan Sarandon, Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts and most recently appeared in the 2018 Netflix original comedy “The After Party.”
Winter independently released the single "One More" in 2018 that resulted in a performance spot on The TODAY Show. That same year, Elle was named Elvis Duran's Artist of the Month as well as KIIS FM LA's Next Up Artist.
Spending the majority of 2018 in the studio, Elle continues to work with a number of high profile producers, including Dave Katz (Katy Perry, Train) and 2019 GRAMMY Award-winner SWAGG (H.E.R).
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At age 19, the singer, songwriter, and actor Elle Winter had already amassed a strong fan-base from her early successes in the music and entertainment industry. With her debut EP set to arrive this fall, Winter's unique voice and emotional approach to songwriting is set to reach more people than ever before.
Born and raised in New York City, Winter took to music at a very young age. Her formal introduction to the entertainment industry was through an acting course at the age of seven, which culminated in a showcase where a manager saw her talent. A few years later, she was discovered by Radio Disney and took part in their "Next Big Thing" program that included the release of several singles and a national tour in which she began building a fan-base.
As Winter made her way through high school, she continued pursuing her music career along with acting. In the beginning of 2019, Winter signed with Sony's RED MUSIC off the strength of her forthcoming EP.
The songs were largely written over the past year and a half, but the music represents an artistic course that Winter set for herself six years previous. "My journey as a songwriter started many years ago," she explains. "I am so excited to release songs that tell my own stories in a vulnerable and honest way.'"
On a majority of the EP's tracks, Winter worked with production team The Orphanage, and has given Winter's music the unique pop flavor it possesses. "They're amazing producers-they bring my vision to life," Winter says about working with The Orphanage. "They really inspire me to be my best creative self."
The EP zeroes in on Winter's personal experiences-who she is and where she's been-and there's no better evidence of that perspective than standout single "Yeah No," written in Nashville at the end of a relationship about an ex that wouldn't leave her alone. "I never realized how often I use the term "yeah no", until I wrote the song," she explains regarding the song's deeper meaning. "It's like "Thank you, Next"--a colloquial term we all use but haven't realized how often we use it. It is really empowering. For all the ex-boyfriends out there who think this love is still yours-yeah, it's not."
"I want people to know that they're not alone in whatever they're experiencing," Winter continues while discussing what she hopes to achieve with her new music. "They can relate and feel a sense of community-I'm with them. We can enjoy it together." It is that communal feeling that is sure to spread when Winter's ebullient, nakedly honest pop music makes its way to listeners everywhere.
Listen to "Sick of You" On: Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and
Amazon Music. Follow Elle Winter On: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Spotify and YouTube.
Editor’s Note: Information used in this feature provided by Red Music Publicity. Photo Credit: Angelo Kritikos.