Holly Elle Gives Raw Passion and Honesty with New EP Infinitude
Nashville-based pop singer delivers music to make you move and take a stand
Los Angeles, CA – Rising pop diva Holly Elle is a shining vocal wonder and star performer who’s not afraid to show the world her true self. The Nashville-based singer leaves no words left unsaid on her recently released EP Infinitude, available now on iTunes. With each note Holly has been captivating and swooning music lovers nation-wide while she carries on her mission to dominate the pop world.
Making a statement of strength, passion and honesty, the Canada native started out as a young observer sitting in on her parents’ music parties, where they shared favorites such as Elton John, ABBA and The Beatles. Even as a small-town girl from Chestermere, Alberta, she was exposed to different genres from different parts of the world at a young age enabling her to develop her own unique style. “I grew up around music so I naturally acquired a deep appreciation and love for it,” recalls Holly. With a flare of fabulousness, Holly also thanks her father for introducing her to the glamour and musicality of the Opera.
Holly’s latest release is a fuzzy, bass-booming single called “Freak,” a song she wrote in response to the increase of bully-related suicides in teens across America. As an advocate of the LGBT community, the singer made a music video with a powerful message to accompany the song. The video features high school kids being bullied by their peers. LGBT media outlets and members of that community have sung the praises of Holly on her brave move to take a stand on the issue. The video was spotlighted on The Advocate, Queer Today and Open Salon among the list.
Flaunting a sophisticated style and boldness, Holly lends sultry vocals over more subtle beats in songs such as “Fall,” but comes on strong with a vocal power and range larger than life on more upbeat dance tracks like “Make You Move” and “Protect My <3.” Cranking out a variety of songs from fun party-poppin’ anthems to love stories and songs of empowerment, Holly delivers a hard-hitting compilation with Infinitude showcasing bursts of her spunky attitude and provoking heart-felt lyrics. The classically-trained singer lists her influences as The Beatles, Mariah Carey and Robyn to name a few.
This gifted performer has been creating a buzz on the scene with each accomplishment. She was previously featured on two Canadian music albums, has had her songs spun on radio stations across the US and performed at the Red Gorilla Fest during the 2012 SXSW music Festival. Last year, her single “Twisted” was featured on the hit Bravo network reality show Bad Girls Club and “Don’t Come Home” was most recently selected for MTV’s Real World: San Diego.
With all this under her belt, the starlet still has so much to offer. For more information on Holly Elle, visit www.HollyElle.com.
Holly Elle’s Infinitude is currently available iTunes.