Singer songwriter Ego Ella May has released a follow up EP to the critically acclaimed Fieldnotes from 2021.
Fieldnotes Pt II, which came out on March 8, features five genre blending tracks including Beautiful Days, Centred and Why?
Introvert hotline, released as a single last month, also appears on the track list along with single for the both of us, which she premiered backed by a 42-piece orchestra and televised by BBC Four at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
Speaking about Introvert Hotline, the R&B and neo-soul singer said: “This is a song produced by Lvther, we wrote it the first day we met.
“He made this beat with the telephone ringing in the beginning, and so I wrote about how much I hate when my phone rings _ typical introvert.
“Meeting someone new is often hard for me because I have to explain early on that I don’t really like phone calls, meaning I require a different means of communication.”
She won Vocalist of the Year at the Jazz FM Awards last year, had a support slot on Joy Crookes UK tour, and wrote for Ari Lennox on her collaboration with Theo Croker, Every Part Of Me.
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