By the age of 19, the powerfully voiced, BRIT School-educated Ella Eyre had already been featured on a U.K. number one single. “Waiting All Night” combined an intense performance from Eyre with the inventive production skills of fellow Londoners Rudimental.
Her own singles soon began to hit the charts, including 2013’s “Deeper” and a pair of Top 20 hits in 2014, “If I Go” and “Comeback.” By the end of the year, Eyre had finished work on her debut full-length Feline. The album appeared in February 2015, peaking at number four in the British chart. A 2017 collaborative single with Sigala called “We Came Here for Love” arrived in early 2017, reaching number six on the U.K. charts. It was followed later that year by the single “Ego,” which featured Ty Dolla $ign.
2018 opened to an incredible start for Eyre, with the release of “Answerphone,” reaching number five in the U.K. charts, gaining Eyre her fourth U.K. top 10 single. The rest of 2018 will keep Eyre’s fans on their toes, with a number of exciting shows, new music and collaborations on the way too.