Eleni C, emerging pop vocalist, songwriter, originally released her debut single ‘One Last Time’ from her upcoming EP, Broken Ice. She has now released her 2nd single ‘I Don’t Give A Damn’ which has been featured on the Spotify Release Radar Playlist.
Revealing her rebellious side, ‘I Don’t Give A Damn’ draws on personal experiences to provide us with a track that leads us to understand the way Eleni likes to live her life. These feisty lyrics speak about living life on your own terms, to go against the grain. Break the rules, take the road less travelled and never apologise for it. Do you!
In recent years Eleni C has had the pleasure of opening for huge names such as Fleur East, Alesha Dixon, Foxes, Stooshe, Little Boots and Becky Hill. Eleni C is mostly accompanied by dancers when performing ‘live’ but can also do an acoustic set up if necessary. Pop vocal blending with notes of contemporary R&B are just a few words to describe these sounds.
Eleni C Pop Vocalist Songwriter
She captures her roots with Latin undertones yet manages to channel some of the biggest hits from the likes of Ariana Grande, Adele and Amy Winehouse. Despite being at the early stages of her career, she is no stranger to success, with a roster of live experience also under her belt. Eleni was chosen to represent the UK in the International Music Festival with her original song, ‘Leap of Faith’. She took first prize in the Best Song and Best Female Singer categories.
Being based in London Eleni C is available to travel locally and further afield. She welcomes the opportunity to perform at new venues for the foreseeable future. Music has always been a means of expressing her soul and in her latest track Eleni does just that. ‘I Don’t Give A Damn‘ is now available on all major digital platforms. In the meantime…download and enjoy all Eleni C tracks for your collection.
An Interesting Fact
A ‘music festival‘ is a community event with performances of singing and instrument playing that is often presented with a theme such as musical genre (e.g., rock, blues, folk, jazz, classical music), nationality, locality of musicians, or holiday. Music festivals are generally organised by individuals or organisations within networks of music production, typically music scenes, the music industries, or institutions of music education. The music festival is the largest and one of the most important performance institutions in music life, a place for experiencing where the culture is at. Wikipedia.