Twenty-year-old rising star Elli Ingram, whose Island Records mini-album The Doghouse, is just out, will perform a headlining show at London’s Bush Hall on Monday, April 28.
The Doghouse, featuring lead track When It Was Dark, is the follow up to Elli’s independently released Sober EP, and Elli will be showcasing tracks from both releases on the night. Tickets are priced at £7 and are available now.
You can also catch Elli live at Koko for ‘Annie Mac Presents… ’ on April 12 and another special performance towards the end of April, details tba.
Says Elli of The Doghouse: “This new project is called ‘The Doghouse’ after the little residential studio out in Reading, which I first went to about a year ago with Aston [Rudi] and Felix [Joseph]. I’ve been back there twice since then, to record, and it’s become like a second home to me and my team. The stories and memories we created there are endless. It’s where we made a lot of the sober EP and all of these new songs. This special space allowed us to escape from the world and write and record with total creative freedom. The songs are us experimenting with lots of different sounds and emotions and show the people what to expect from my team and I. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it. I just hope they love it as much as I do!”
The EP is reviewed in the next print edition of Echoes. Elli also does ’20 Questions’ in the same issue.
When It Was Dark video: http://po.st/WhenItWasDarkVideo