Cork- born, Glasgow based Jen Ella releases her new song ‘Common People’.
With recent success from her song ‘Lipstick Queen’ gaining huge Irish radio play and Scottish radio play being featured on BBC Sounds, her song ‘Common People’ develops on from the theme she conveyed in Lipstick Queen of ‘individualism’ but strives to empower equality in this song. Solely just her mellow toned husky vocals and keys, she takes a risk on this peeled back track to convey the powerful message of equality and this is reflected in her lyrics.
“We eat, we sleep, we drink and repeat, we’re just some Common People”
Jen Ella, an active musician, performer and storyteller playing many gigs all over Scotland and back in her hometown Cork has been recognised as ‘highly recommended’ by Celtic Music Radio at the Celtic Connections festival she played at in 2019. Additionally, with Jen Ella her emotionally, breathtaking and highly personal lyrics have been received well both within the Irish and Scottish music scene where Finbar Hoban Presents described her “relatable to Mazzy Star tones’ and Caesar Live N’Loud described Jen Ella music as ‘highly emotive that always has the listener coming back for more.” Additionally YMX have featured Jen Ella as someone who has a “future set for a brillant career” with her raw talent displayed in her current single ‘Lipstick Queen’.
As an artist, being highly recognised and valued, based on her moving and emotive lyrical abilities, Jen Ella has been commended for her work amongst the likes of Joni Mitchell, Mazzy Star and Dolores O’Riordan. Being featured as RTE Radio 1 recommended and gaining huge Irish and Scottish radio play, Jen Ella will be starting off 2021 with more releases in January and her debut album mid year 2021. In addition to this, her performance in the ‘Common People’ music video will be available for viewers mid January.