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Song Of The Day! Elle Exxe ‘Good To Be Me’ : Engaging and dynamic production, highlights exciting vocals and energy.

Elle Exxe

Electro-clash pop artist from Edinburgh does it again with delicious single ‘Good To Be Me’. The anthem with the effervescent digital attitude, shines in its elements as Elle Exxe’s engaging and dynamic production, highlights exciting vocals and energy to boot.

‘Good To Be Me’ celebrates the way making music has carried me out of bad times to the most amazing spaces mentally and physically. The world can be a really dark place sometimes but being able to sit down and write or listen to music has always made everything feel a bit better.

“They told me I was special, I believed them. But I was just a sucker baby, teething”, stating part of the lyrics to Good To Be Me’. “There’ve been so many times where I’ve thought “this is it, this is the moment that’s gonna change my life!” and then it vanishes and I’m left wondering “WTF went wrong?! After a decade+ of moments like these, I wanted to give up. I said “1 year and if there’s no progress, you end it”.

However Elle confessed: “But, within a week or two, I’d realised I could never stop. I love what I do. When I’m making music, or when I’m on-stage singing my songs, I get this feeling like nothing else – like I’m exactly who and where I’m meant to be. I could never quit being who I am, and why would I want to? It’s good to be me!”

Passion. Glory. Spoils. Way of life. That’s what Elle Exxe brings to the table, and her fans gravitate.

Elle will release new music on 20th of every 2nd month of 2020 with piano sessions on the months in-between. These songs join together to form 2 EPs with the titles still to be announced.

This pop star has travelled the world storming major festivals like V Festival, Sziget, Untold, SXSW and Isle of Wight, climbed into the Top 10 in the UK Music Week charts, gained worldwide radio airplay, garnered rave reviews from the likes of Classic Pop Magazine, GayTimes, Q Magazine and PopJustice, and has even collected her first award for Best Female Artist at the UMAs.

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Music is medicine for mental health 💊 Drop me a thumbs up if you agree 👍♥️ This image is the artwork I made for my new single “Before I Break”, make sure you stream it as much as you can because I’m gonna be donating the profits to @rethinkmentalillness and @giveusashoutinsta – I know it might not be a lot, but while we’re living in financially uncertain times this is the best way I could think to support a couple of charities I’m really passionate about. Thanks to everyone who has already listened to Before I Break, added it to playlists, blogged about it and shared it with friends and followers, I’ve been really overwhelmed by the support, please keep it coming 😭♥️ Find it on your favourite music streaming services by searching Elle Exxe Before I Break (it’s available to buy too!). Love Exxe . . #beforeibreak #musicismedicine #musicismedicineforthesoul #mentalhealth #stressawarenessmonth

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Putting this here to remind myself to workout – bare with me #bodypositive I made a New Years resolution to workout a minimum of 10+ mins a day cause consistency is the biggest challenge for me. I know I can do 10mins even on my tired/sick days BUT I gotta own up, I’m nowhere near an 80% success rate let alone 100% 😫. The first 3 weeks I smashed it but then I got jet lag, PMS, was crazy busy and it fell apart erghhhh! #Excuses Fitness for me isn’t about body shape – it’s about being able to be free to climb, jump, run, entertain and sing for 45mins or more and feel good and sound good while doing it! Oh and avoiding injuries…that’s an easy one to forget. This photo is here to remind me of my “why”. No excuses this time. Anyone managing to keep up their resolutions? Any tips? Ps remember to tune into BBC London tonight, 8pm – 10pm . Credit @amandarosephoto . #newyears #resolution #newyearsresolution #fitness #health #music

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