Yesterday, we featured 18-year-old UK native Caitlyn Scarlett, who made her first DJBooth appearance with Bad Love. Well, make room Caitlyn, there is another British teen who is making quite the first impression, and her name is Ella Henderson; don’t worry, there is always room for one more talented singer here at the Booth. On debut single Ghost, we find Ella struggling to exercise the demon of a lost love. Though her soul is tormented, she has a crisp, powerful vocal performance which emits an aura of hope and strength. Her sound is intoxicating, like a more traditional pop cut (especially with Ryan Tedder‘s fervent production behind her), but she has more soul and power than you typical cookie cutter crooner. There is no official news regarding the former X-Factor contestant’s forthcoming debut album, but keep it locked to our pages for more fresh tunes.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/24/14
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