Ella Vos Premieres New Song “I Know You Care” + Debut Album ‘Words I Never Said’ Out Nov 17

Breakout vocalist and songwriter Ella Vos unveils her new track, “I Know You Care,” today—stream it on Spotify and Apple Music and purchase it on iTunes and Google Play. Ella Vos’ highly anticipated debut album, Words I Never Said, is set for release November 17. See the full album track listing below.

Vos was inspired to write “I Know You Care” by her relationships with her father and son. Of the song, Vos says, “I am my father’s child. We don’t always talk openly about our feelings or often say, ‘I care about you.’ We assume that the people who need to know already know. I have felt my dad’s love, pride and encouragement in all that I do. But since I’ve become a mother, I’ve felt the need to say these things out loud every day, as well as a desire to hear them myself.”

Words I Never Said features Vos’ Spotify-viral hits, “White Noise” and “Down in Flames,” streamed over 17 million and 18 million times, respectively. Vos recently debuted the video for her acoustic version of “Down in Flames (Amazon Original)”—watch it here.

The album was written in the wake of Vos’ son’s birth and was inspired by the challenges she faced as both a new mother and artist. Words I Never Said touches on subject matter often seen as taboo, like postpartum depression, abortion, women’s reproductive rights and more.

With more than 90 million streams on Spotify to date, Ella Vos’ songs have soundtracked ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” E!’s “Life of Kylie” and The CW’s “The Originals.” This summer, she embarked on her first-ever U.S. headlining tour, including a sold-out show in New York and stops in Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and at Bonnaroo, Life is Beautiful and more.

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