House of EL, also known as Kieron McIntosh, has released his latest track "Don't Let Your Love Go" showcasing his musical versatility and left-field capabilities.
With a slight indie/electro-leaning appeal allowing House of EL's innate funk undertones to shine throughout, this song is a layered offering of both instrumental delight and positive affirmation, inspired by a homeless man he met during lockdown who was full of love and positivity despite his circumstances. The song is a reminder to stay positive and show love in the face of difficulty and mayhem.
House of EL has received extensive support from various media outlets, including BBC Radio 1, 1xtra, Introducing, 6 Music, Independent, DMY, Wonderland, New Wave Magazine, Notion, Colors, Trench, Complex, Lyrical Lemonade, Clash, Record of the Day, and the Evening Standard. He has been described as the UK's answer to the likes of Frank Ocean and Steve Lacy. Despite his success, House of EL remains humble and has no ego, as noted by Clash Magazine.
As a highly accomplished musician, House of EL is skilled on the keys, guitar, bass, and drums, and has lent his musical ingenuity to a number of global releases with artists such as Mary J Blige, Sam Smith, Janelle Monae, Kano, Joey Badass, Emili Sandé, Paloma Faith, and Chase & Status. House of EL is breaking boundaries with his fusions of styles, drawing influence from a wide range of artists including Massive Attack, Gorrilaz, Joy Division, Boosty Collins, Stevie Wonder, and Miles Davis.
Aside from his own artist project, House of EL is an accomplished arranger and songwriter, having worked with artists such as Plan B, Tom Grennan, Paloma Faith, and Kano. He offers an all-encompassing approach to his music, as the writer, producer, performer, and spearhead to releases, with all music homed by his own label WUNDERKIND.