Armed with her unique blend of country and rock, Ella Langley grabs her audience from the first lick. Raised in Alabama, she has joked her sound is like Lynyrd Skynyrd in a tree stand with a rocker heart. She is as authentic as ‘bama red dirt and ain’t afraid to tell you on and off the stage.
With assertive timing, Ella took her unapologetic authenticity to Nashville and locked in her first publishing deal with Sony Music Publishing Nashville in 2021. She has hit the road with Randy Houser, Koe Wetzel, Cody Johnson, and Jamey Johnson and has also supported rising stars Lainey Wilson and Parker McCollum. Her breakup anthem “If You Have To” (over 15.5 million streams to date) has quickly grown her following.
Langley’s 2022 releases “Damn You” and "Hey Ma I Made It" showcase the blend of her tender family side with her don’t-mess-with-me kind of attitude, proving that she is finding her own voice and songwriting capabilities through complex human emotions.
Ella’s most recent track “Country Boy’s Dream Girl” begins a new chapter as her first release since officially becoming part of the Columbia Records family. Listen to the anthem with relatable imagery and transcendent vocals all while "in a t-shirt and faded jeans" HERE. Written alongside Will Bundy, Aaron Raitere and Smith Anquist, the track produces a melody easy to sway to and contains confident lyrics about showing who are and where you come from - no matter how country it is. The Alabama native wrote the tune paying homage to her southern ways and keen ideal for the simplicity of what a country boy undeniably adores too. “This song describes who I am and where I come from,” Ella says about the track. “It’s how it feels to love the honest, simple things in life and being with someone who loves those things too.”
While paving the road for her touring career, Ella has hit her stride in songwriting. Elle King's latest single, "Out Yonder," co-written with Matt McKinney and Bobby Hamrick, has earned Ella her first label cut. Announced earlier in November, Ella also has five (5) cuts on Elle King’s upcoming project, “Come Get Your Wife,” expected January 2023.
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