Interview with Elesa Marmo

Firstly, could you tell us which music artists influenced your sound, for any readers who may be new to your music?
We listened to a lot of Carly Rae Jepsen while recording and me and my producer Greg love her a lot. Lorde was also an influence since I’m such a huge fan of hers as well.

Your first solo EP was released on Friday the 26th, can you tell us what to expect from your tunes?
A lot of honesty, some fun dance songs and some emotional acoustic songs, so it kind of just splits down the middle. You get two sides of me.

Do you have a favourite song on your EP? Or maybe a track that we should definitely check out first?
If you like more upbeat songs, Bottled is the first on the EP and that’s a fun song, but if you like slower more vulnerable then I’d say Swimming Pools is the one. It’s hard to pick from them though because they all have such different meanings to me and I get attached to them.

I noticed on your twitter that you are a firm believer in gender equality, how important do you think it is for female artists to inspire their fans to fight hardships through their music?
Extremely important. These young girls look up to these female artists and I think it’s always important to stick up for what you believe in and hopefully inspire these girls and teach them about female empowerment and that they’re important and worthy.

Lastly, do you have any plans to tour with the EP? Or any upcoming performances?
As of right now I’m still figuring out production details so I don’t have specific dates planned, but definitely shows will be happening soon.

You can find out more information about Elesa and her music on her Twitter and Instagram

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