Eloïse has returned with the release of her new music video for her empowering track “Girls Like Me.” Watch here.
Eloïse says of the video “Filming this video with Cherryade was the best, they had such a good vision of making three female characters with varying degrees of being a hot mess and we ended up going mental with it. Standing in a bath with a bodybuilder shrine drinking Lambrini is my new favourite pastime! We really wanted to get across that feeling of letting everything you have go and spiraling into some kind of Anna Nicole Smith style nightmare… Girls being allowed to have mental breakdowns is the new thing, watch this space.”
Recorded in LA in February this year, the song is a female powered slightly melancholic pop synth banger like her previous single ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous’ that celebrates the messy, chaotic, confusing and ultimately wonderful world of being a girl in her 20s. The song is rich in production with driving beats, thick catchy chorus with a dark bass undertone and slick harmonies. It’s a song that could have come from the likes of Charli XCX or even Florence & The Machine.
This young songstress is heavily Influenced by pop culture and the arts including music from David Bowie, Frank Ocean, horror films, TV likeRuPaul’s Drag Race and has a strong affinity for powerful woman playing by their own rules. Jayne Mansfield, Anna Nicole Smith and Marilyn Monroe are particular icons.
As well as studying at UCL, Eloïse is back in the studio working with Ian Dowling (Adele, Bombay Bicycle Club, Emmy the Great) and Luca Buccellati (Lana Del Rey) crafting her next EP slated for release early 2019.