Artist to watch Ella Vos continues her first ever North American tour with shows in New York this week

Ella Vos, the L.A.-based pop singer behind the super sultry and heavily-remixed “White Noise,” is a week into her first ever North American tour, with upcoming dates in New York, Chicago, Seattle and California. This week, she’ll play two shows in New York City, first at The Bowery Ballroom on March 8 and then the next night at Rough Trade in Brooklyn.

“White Noise” made the rounds of Soundcloud, Spotify and Youtube last year, and a remix by R3HAB has over three million listens between the platforms. The original version, as well as the rest of her debut album, Words I Never Said, features warm, sharp vocals and an equal mix of classic piano and silky synths. The newest single is “Mother (Don’t Cry),” which also got a music video to accompany it in February.

In an interview with Coveteur, Ella Vos talked about the song’s meaning and what it is like to balance raising a young son while simultaneously rising as a singer-songwriter to know. “It’s tough, [but] my family is super supportive. [My son] loves music, and he loves coming to shows,” she said.

In August 2017, Ella Vos played a New York City Sofar show that gave a hint of what her current national tour has in store. She leans more on the mellow, tranquil side of her music, letting her vocals stand out in a performance that resembles Bat For Lashes or downtempo Chairlift. Rolling Stone suggests she bears resemblance to Imogen Heap, Frou Frou or vintage Sia.

Similar artists aside, what Ella Vos is doing is all her own. She sings personal songs and brings in sometimes taboo topics of motherhood, women’s rights and mental health. Only a week into her first national tour, it’s becoming clear that Ella Vos is not only an artist to watch, but one to really listen to as well.

Upcoming Tour Dates
March 6 /// Philadelphia, PA /// The Foundry Philadelphia*
March 8 /// New York, NY /// The Bowery Ballroom*
March 9 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Rough Trade NYC*
March 10 /// Cambridge, MA /// Sonia*
March 11 /// Montreal, QC /// Petit Campus*
March 13 /// Toronto, ON /// The Mod Club*
March 15 /// Detroit, MI /// El Club*
March 16 /// Chicago, IL /// Schubas Tavern*
March 17 /// Minneapolis, MN /// 7th Street Entry*
March 19 /// Denver, CO /// Lost Lake Lounge*
March 22 /// Vancouver, BC /// Fortune Sound Club*
March 23 /// Portland, OR /// Holocene*
March 24 /// Seattle, WA /// Sunset Tavern*
March 26 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Independent*
March 28 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Troubadour*
March 29 /// Santa Ana, CA /// Constellation Room at the Observatory*
March 30 /// San Diego, CA /// The Casbah*

*Freya Ridings as support.

More at www.ellavos.com.

Brian Benton
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Artist to watch Ella Vos continues her first ever North American tour with shows in New York this week

Ella Vos, the L.A.-based pop singer behind the super sultry and heavily-remixed “White Noise,” is a week into her first ever North American tour, with upcoming dates in New York, Chicago, Seattle and California. This week, she’ll play two shows in New York City, first at The Bowery Ballroom on March 8 and then the next night at Rough Trade in Brooklyn.

“White Noise” made the rounds of Soundcloud, Spotify and Youtube last year, and a remix by R3HAB has over three million listens between the platforms. The original version, as well as the rest of her debut album, Words I Never Said, features warm, sharp vocals and an equal mix of classic piano and silky synths. The newest single is “Mother (Don’t Cry),” which also got a music video to accompany it in February.

In an interview with Coveteur, Ella Vos talked about the song’s meaning and what it is like to balance raising a young son while simultaneously rising as a singer-songwriter to know. “It’s tough, [but] my family is super supportive. [My son] loves music, and he loves coming to shows,” she said.

In August 2017, Ella Vos played a New York City Sofar show that gave a hint of what her current national tour has in store. She leans more on the mellow, tranquil side of her music, letting her vocals stand out in a performance that resembles Bat For Lashes or downtempo Chairlift. Rolling Stone suggests she bears resemblance to Imogen Heap, Frou Frou or vintage Sia.

Similar artists aside, what Ella Vos is doing is all her own. She sings personal songs and brings in sometimes taboo topics of motherhood, women’s rights and mental health. Only a week into her first national tour, it’s becoming clear that Ella Vos is not only an artist to watch, but one to really listen to as well.

Upcoming Tour Dates
March 6 /// Philadelphia, PA /// The Foundry Philadelphia*
March 8 /// New York, NY /// The Bowery Ballroom*
March 9 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Rough Trade NYC*
March 10 /// Cambridge, MA /// Sonia*
March 11 /// Montreal, QC /// Petit Campus*
March 13 /// Toronto, ON /// The Mod Club*
March 15 /// Detroit, MI /// El Club*
March 16 /// Chicago, IL /// Schubas Tavern*
March 17 /// Minneapolis, MN /// 7th Street Entry*
March 19 /// Denver, CO /// Lost Lake Lounge*
March 22 /// Vancouver, BC /// Fortune Sound Club*
March 23 /// Portland, OR /// Holocene*
March 24 /// Seattle, WA /// Sunset Tavern*
March 26 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Independent*
March 28 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Troubadour*
March 29 /// Santa Ana, CA /// Constellation Room at the Observatory*
March 30 /// San Diego, CA /// The Casbah*

*Freya Ridings as support.

More at www.ellavos.com.

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