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Pop singer and songwriter Elle Winter drops “Do You,” the latest track off her highly anticipated EP due this fall via RED MUSIC.
CLICK HERE to listen to the catchy track available now on all digital streaming platforms.
The Orphanage-produced anthem premiered yesterday on Nylon who said, “To say that her new song ‘Do You’ is a bop is an understatement.” Elle released her debut single “Sick of You” last month, which led outlets like Billboard,MTV, and Idolator to rave about the rising star’s songwriting and vocal prowess.
Of her new single, Elle shares, “‘Do You’ is a feel good, anthemic song that encourages people to focus on their own journey and goals rather than interfere with anybody else’s.”
Elle Winter was discovered by Disney at age 13 and participated in their “Next Big Thing” program, releasing a number of singles and going on national tour. Elle spent the next several years collaborating with prominent songwriters and producers building a strong, authentic body of work. Winter independently released the single “One More” in 2018 that resulted in a performance spot on The TODAY Show and led to the New York City-native being named Elvis Duran’s Artist of the Month as well as KIIS FM’s Next Up Artist that same year.
Spending the majority of 2019 in the studio, Elle continues to work with a number of high profile producers, including The Orphanage/OAK Felder (Demi Lovato, Alessia Cara), Dave Katz (Katy Perry, Train) and 2019 GRAMMY Award-winner SWAGG (H.E.R). In addition to her music, Elle can be seen acting in the 2015 film Three Generations (Susan Sarandon, Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts) and most recently filmed the Netflix original comedy The After Party.
At age 20, the singer, songwriter, and actor Elle Winter has 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.
“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.