Fierce and fearless at just 19, with a number 1 feature on Rudimental’s ‘Waiting All Night’ to her name, Ella Eyre is a new breed of Soul. With an ear for the past and a foot in the future, led by a voice exploding with power and passion, brawling and bawling, Ella’s songs speak to us while we dance. Already tipped as the artist to watch by media across the board including the runner up in the BBC Sound of 2014, MTV, Vevo, 1Xtra as well as the being in the top 3 of the BRITS Critics Choice, the voice of 2014 is sure to have a spectacular year

Her debut EP is led by title track ‘Deeper’, a collaboration with ubercool producer Two Inch Punch, an incredible marriage of northern soul and dance. It’s got stomp and it’s got swing, her performance hinting at all she’s capable of. “If I was to describe my music as a colour, it would be red – it’s loud, energetic, brutal, brutally honest at some points, and vulnerable, too.”

A largely teenage female audience at Glasgow’s O2 ABC awaits this star in the making, bursting onto the stage like the proverbial whirlwind Ella Eyre with her mass of curly hair and skintight suit fills the large stage and her voice…well that would fill Glasgow if the venue had no walls. The throngs of photographers in the pit at the front of the stage clamber over each other and mass at her feet to get the best picture possible as she prowls the stage and plays them like puppets…

Ella Eyre oozes confidence and delivers a short yet powerful set that includes Wrong About Me, Time, Deeper and the immensely powerful Waiting All Night ..A mere eight months from her highly successful gig in King Tuts Ella Eyre is now playing the larger ABC…I’d imagine at the rate she is going the next Glasgow venue she returns to will be the Hydro…

A super confident showing from this immensely talented singer.

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