A new pop single ‘Higher’ is dropped by a young pop artist ELLE L to make you feel higher and feel free to go ahead in life and achieve your goals successfully.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- London, United Kingdom Nov 14, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The pop song can make you feel lighter and amazing to stay high in your life. Here, a young and emerging pop artist ELLE L composed a song that could feel you higher and lighter with consuming love. Thus, in her newly released song ‘Higher’ the title itself is hooky for the first-time listener of this artist. Moreover, the artist has put a love theme within this song and portrays that with the love one can feel high in his or her life. The musical arrangement within this song will capture your heart and captivate your mind quickly. It further conveys the musical professionalism, passion, and love for the pop songs compositions.
Beginning with the echoing sound and vocal one can start to feel high from the inception of this track. After that, the artist immediately has thrown the listeners to the groove of heartfelt writing and notable lyrics. The instruments’ implementation in ‘Higher‘ has placed in such a way that leads the song in an ecstatic way and covers the vocals in a playful manner. The most interesting thing about this song is this rising star has sometimes slowed down the song and again she catches her vocal with the music. Her multidimensional nature is quite visible in her work. The power of positivity and sustainability has let her rule the path.
ELLE L has already many listeners count associated with her on Spotify. Some other songs from this artist – ‘Hoping’ and ‘Circles’, both have a positive vibe for the listeners. To check out further updates, one can start following her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. She is ready to come up with some innovative musical collections soon. Stay tuned to get updates!
Please visit here to listen to the songs of ELLE L:https://open.spotify.com/track/303tP4GB0T0VeM8EmxxTVV
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