Little Rêd creates emotionally charged electro-pop described by Going Solo as "dreamy soundscape". Born in Cardiff, Ellie is a skilled guitarist, singer and songwriter. She has been performing her own material since the age of fourteen, receiving television and radio recognition under previous guises and now establishing her own sound as Little Rêd.
Her debut single “Hell” was premiered on The Line Of Best Fit, who called it "one hell of a debut", attributing Ellie with a voice that “speaks to you like something from a dream.” Since then, she has played live around the UK supporting several artists including C Duncan, Betsy and Bryde and has received airplay from Amazing Radio, Tom Robinson on BBC 6Music and Huw Stephens on BBC Radio Wales.
Her second single What Love Is (co-written with Ed Tullett ), premiered on Clash and described as 'musically dreamy', explores the space of time at the start of a relationship, lingering on confusion and excitement, as you are falling in love but not quite settled. A euphoric explosion of electric pop, Ellie’s sincere voice creates an emotional impact.
Little Rêd’s music is a hook-laden soundscape, combining a variety of influences including Kate Bush, Ben Howard and The Japanese House.