J. Elle Drops Her Latest Summer Themed Visual “Take Me Away”.
Fast-rising UK R&B artist J. Elle reveals a sun drenched video shot in Cyprus’s beautiful Konnos Bay for her latest single ‘Take Me Away’. Making her return with the smooth and tropical-tinged ode to escapism.
“‘Take Me Away’ is about finding the right person. Becoming infatuated by them, and just wanting to get away with them. No distractions, just the two of you. Being on a beach is where I’m happiest, and that’s the image I had in mind when writing the song. It’s inspired by my own relationship.”
The London based singer songwriter made her debut in 2017, with the self-penned 5 track ‘Phases’ EP released in December. Fusing together a modern alt-R&B sound with irresistible pop sensibilities, J Elle is already making waves having garnered support from the likes of High Snobriety, New Wave District and About To Blow. Since then, she’s been busy writing and recording another EP, from which ‘Take Me Away’ is the first track to be revealed.
“I’m just happy, and in a different place physically and mentally than I was with my first project EP, and what I’m writing is really reflecting that.”
The forthcoming EP features a collaboration with Courtney Bennet. “Courtney is a UK R&B veteran as far as I’m concerned. I was so excited to get in the studio with her. We’ve been fans of each other for years so it was about time we did something. The fact I have a female feature on this EP is so important to me and it being her makes it even sweeter”
J Elle’s journey in music began when she was just 9 years old. Previously more focussed on football, she had been playing for Arsenal Girls before she started singing. Influenced by her brother who was strongly into R&B, J Elle started making music at the age of 16 – supported by her school which offered many opportunities for making and performing music – allowing her passion to grow into what is now her profession.
You can watch J. Elle’s new video above and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. Lastly for more music videos, Bas Drops “Tribe” Visual Featuring J. Cole.