Pop music’s rising star Elle Winter has released her new single, “Sick Of You” from her forthcoming EP due this fall. Listen to the track now below.
The singer, songwriter, film actress recently signed with Sony’s RED MUSIC label in February. Co-written and produced by The Orphanage—who have penned and produced massive hits for pop superstars like Demi Lovato, Alessia Cara, Lizzo, The Chainsmokers—“Sick of You” gives the world the perfect introduction to pop music’s newest rising act. This June, Elle will perform alongside some of pop’s biggest stars when she opens the KISS Concert 2019 in Boston that features performances by Jonas Brothers, Ellie Goulding, Bebe Rexha, Why Don’t We, Ava Max, FLETCHER, and more.
Elle Winter was discovered by Disney at age 12 and soon after landed a supporting acting role in the film The Three Generations in 2015 (Susan Sarandon, Elle Fanning, and Naomi Watts) and appeared most recently in the 2018 Netflix original comedy The After Party. Throughout this period, Winter worked on new songs and independently released the single “One More” in 2018. A radio tour followed, as well as spots on The TODAY Show and the honorifics of being named Elvis Duran’s Artist of the Month, as well as KISS FM’s Next Up Artist. Spending the majority of 2018 in the studio, Elle continues to work with a number of high profile producers, including The Orphanage/OAK Felder (Demi Lovato and Alessia Cara), Dave Katz (Katy Perry and Train) and 2019 GRAMMY Award-winner SWAGG (H.E.R).