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Elle Exxe unveils lyric video for new single ‘Home With You’

29/09/15

Elle Exxe has revealed her stunning new single ‘Home With You’, due for release on October 16th. The electro-clash starlet revealed the single with a beautiful lyric video bursting at the brim with colourful hearts, fluffy clouds and heart-warming sentiments.

The video premiered at SugarScape who said,“Elle’s new track’s catchier than the common cold, [and] packs more punch than your average boxing match”

‘Home With You’ shows another side to the fiery in-your-face singer. Elle Exxe channels her inner Katy Perry and Sky Ferreira in this breathy love-led encounter, delivering an anthemic pop ballad of stadium proportions.

‘Home With You’ is the latest single to be taken from her upcoming debut EP Love To Hate, due for release on November 20th. The five-track EP is a huge statement from the smartest new face in pop, showcasing the diverse and delectable talents of Elle Exxe at her finest yet.

With the inclusion of the sexy-blaster ‘Lost In L.A’ and the dirty pop-funker ‘Lie To Me’ – which have already seen her championed everywhere from Popjustice to The Quietus – Elle Exxe kicks things up a gear with three new tracks. Alongside ‘Home With You’ comes the jacked up ‘Hammer’ and its pounding rhythmic gyrations of synth-riff empowerment, while the title track takes things on a darker tip among its deeply honest, brooding serenades of relationship redemption.

Elle Exxe will be headlining London’s KOKO as part of the Club NME series on October 16th. Celebrating the release of ‘Home With You’ with her biggest headline show to date, Elle Exxe will be packing an even greater punch to her already explosive live show.

“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”
Popjustice