Indie electronic pop artist Elliot Lee releases her compellingly dark single "Dirt." Brimming with boisterous grit, the track showcases raw instrumentation, grungy soundscapes, and powerful vocals with unapologetic lyrics. Narrating the annoyance for those who don't understand her profound love for music, she admits she's worked with people who didn't respect her message and made her feel like "dirt."
Brooklyn-based Lee crafts edgy, innovative music. An empowering voice for the underrepresented, her songs are geared towards anyone who has felt like an outcast. Through her homemade music, her tracks detail late night slumber party secrets and existential awareness. Growing up as a nomad and traveling across the country, music was her outlet and a way to feel less alone.
Indicative of Billie Eilish, yet oozing with a style all her own, her music deals with the concept of over thinking and how it impacts her life. Lee reveals, "Each song is a representation of what was taking up the most space in my brain while I was writing the lyrics, and the writing process itself helps me to work through the issues instead of just quietly ruminating like I otherwise do."
Inspiring others to forgive their mistakes, she's built a unique sound in hopes that it will be a starting point for unity. Obtaining close to a million streams on Spotify, she's one step closer to reaching that goal.