Elle Exxe, the formidable electro-clash pop star makes a bold arrival on her majestic and synth-infused self-produced single ‘Catapult.’ Listen to the track here

‘Catapult’, is a hypnotic, widescreen pop anthem with a soaring energy, filtered with Elle’s riotous vocals. Her irresistible hooks and choruses give a firm nod to the left field pop sensibilities of acts including Charli XCX and Tove Lo and the energised rush of ‘Catapult’ is a taste of what’s to come of Elle Exxe in 2018.

Having risen stealthily through the ranks over the last two years, the bolshy pop singer – who a year ago released her debut LP  ‘Love Fuelled Hate’ – has bit-by-bit built a reputation as one of most irresistible and creative new stars of today. The Unsigned Music Award Winner (2016) has spent the last two years winning over fans on the road, selling out venues in three continents (America, Asia and Europe – performing at Wide Days, The Great Escape, Canadian Music Week and SXSW). This summer she stormed festivals with her fearsomely unique attitude including Isle Of Wight Festival, Sziget Festival, Carnival 56 and V Festival which she cancelled her own wedding to attend.

Elle’s stars continue to align, as she prepares to embark on a UK tour with fellow British singer FEMME which will kick off in Brighton on 29th November, with a show at London’s Heaven on 6th December. She’ll also be performing a one off show at MAC Cosmetics for the video launch on 28th November

Live dates:


28th – Music Video Launch Event at Mac Cosmetics (Great Malborough)

29th – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

30th – Exchange, Bristol


2nd – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

3rd – Broadcast, Glasgow

6th – Heaven, London

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