Ellem’s That Thing You Do is accompanying the season 2 Lucifer Promo on FOX. Love this show, loved singing this song, super pumped to be part of the campaign! Check it out here! 
Ellem’s new sound premieres on Reign! Stream ‘Kings and Queens and Vagabonds’ for free on Soundcloud now – enjoy!


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Ellem on ABC’s Resurrection
Ellem’s song “Who’s Gonna Wake Me Up” has been covered by a multitude of artists but the original version, recorded by Ellem on an LA balcony, airs on the season premier of Resurrection and Ellem couldn’t be happier!
We Came As Strangers
Ellem has JUST wrapped her 3rd album with band mates from We Came As Strangers. The release is set for Summer 2015 and she can’t wait to share it with you! Check out more about the band and their escapades by visiting their Facebook page
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Ellem on NBC’s About A Boy
Ellem has had two features in this awesome show this season – her quirky Brit jam The Good Life as well as her song Turn Up The Fun! Thank you NBC!
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Ellem [hearts] Betty Crocker!
Ellem is super stoked to be featured alongside some seriously sweet treats with her song The Good Life. To celebrate she has eaten FAR TOO MANY cookies. Assistance required.




British Singer Songwriter Ellem splits her time between London and Los Angeles. Growing up in the vibrant multicultural east-end borough of Hackney, Ellem’s music is gritty yet whimsical and is a true reflection of her eclectic life experiences.

Since moving to LA, Ellem’s music has been featured in over a hundred films and tv shows including most recently, About A Boy (NBC), The Sky Ride national commercial and Ecco footwear global campaign. She was hand selected by Converse to record a cover of the iconic Beatles classic “Blackbird” at their Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn, NY of which you can watch the enchanting results here.

Alongside her solo projects, Ellem is also a member of the band We Came As Strangers, who’s second full length album Shattered Matter is due to be released in the early summer of 2014.

“Ellem has a lyrical style in the vein of Lily Allen and Ingrid Michaelson, and her music becomes an instant favorite with each listen.” AOL Radio.