The show comes as a part of a series of gigs and events in London for BRITs Week 2016 together with O2. Elle Exxe is spotlighted among the best British music to come out over the past year, held in celebration for one of the biggest events in the UK music calendar.

Elle Exxe is also set to headline London’s 299 on February 25th. The show marks the anniversary of her very first live show, taking place on the very same date, stage and venue that birthed the most exciting new face in pop one year ago.

Pop’s newest star has celebrated a rapid rise since she released her debut EP Love To Hate You to rave reviews everywhere last year from The Guardian to Popjustice, The Quietus to Gay Times and many more besides.

She graced her first ever magazine cover as the star of Disorder Magazine and also featured on the cover of The Scottish Sun’s ‘Something For The Weekend’ in their tips for 2016 this year.

Elle Exxe has been championed by BBC Introducing and flown high in the Music Week, Amazing Radio and CMJ charts with her singles ‘Lost In L.A’, ‘Lie To Me’ and ‘Home With You’, taken from the Love To Hate You EP.

She’s also proved herself a formidable force live. From intimate beginnings at 229 a year ago, Elle Exxe has gone on to play sold out shows across London and her Scottish homeland, while topping 2015 with the biggest headline show of her career at London’s KOKO as part of Club NME.

Now boasting international appeal, Elle Exxe will be performing at the taste making Canadian Music Week, Toronto before returning to the UK for The Great Escape Festival where she has been announced within the first wave of acts.

Elle Exxe is gearing up for the release of her highly anticipated debut album this year, which will be accompanied by a self-directed short film. She’s an unstoppable pop eruption and creative powerhouse bringing an explosive new flare to the face of pop.

“the new princess of electro-clash”
London In Stereo

“it’s a noisy brash Charli XCX-style toys out the pram pop strop”
Gay Times

“Elle Exxe is emerging from the pop underground, brandishing a forceful snarled lip”
The Quietus

“There’s a lot to like about her music, her style and her general popstar everythingness”

Bolshy pop belter with one toe in electroclash and another in swaggering neo-soul”
Line Of Best Fit

“Elle’s new track’s catchier than the common cold, [and] packs more punch than your average boxing match”