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Nieve Ella
Rising West-Midlands artist Nieve Ella releases her highly anticipated EP 'Lifetime of Wanting,' showcasing her indie-pop confessionals and relatable storytelling.

Nieve Ella, the rising artist from the West Midlands, has been making waves with her recent singles, including 'His Sofa,' 'Big House,' and 'Your Room.' Sharing her eagerly awaited new EP 'Lifetime of Wanting,' she is continuing to captivate audiences of new and old fans.

With her potent blend of indie pop confessionals and a 90s guitar-pop ambience, Nieve Ella has rapidly gained recognition since her debut single 'Girlfriend' last year. Her sincerity as a songwriter has become her superpower, and her exploration of relatable teenage themes and earnest introspective lyricism positions her as one of the next-generation storytellers.

Ella explains the shift in her songwriting, saying,

"My first EP was based on my life two years ago—a period when I felt unwanted and unsure of myself. A lot has changed since then, and with this new project, I approached it with a whole new mindset. The person I am today had to find a way to write about being in love."

Nieve Ella, at just 20 years old, has already garnered attention from BBC Radio 1's Introducing, earned 'Record Of The Week' on Greg James' show, and received praise from Jack Saunders. Her music has accumulated over 3 million streams, and she has been featured in esteemed publications like NME, Rolling Stone UK, The Independent, DORK, Clash, The Line of Best Fit, and many others. Ella's talent for authentic and vulnerable songwriting at such a young age has struck a chord with audiences, establishing her as one of the most exciting new artists of 2023.

Having recently supported Dylan on her European tour and performed at various festivals this summer, including Glastonbury Festival, The Great Escape, Barn On The Farm, Boardmasters, Reading & Leeds, and All Points East, Nieve Ella is clearly on the rise.

Nieve Ella's music continues to resonate with its genuine portrayal of the complexities of youth, making her an artist to watch in the coming years.

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