Jay Elle has evolved his artistry over his lengthy career to keep every release fresh and astounding to the listener, and his latest single, “Miss Mess,” is no different. The three-minute acoustic pop song fuses in elements of modern day bubblegum instrumentals, but it keeps that acoustic flair that is important for a singer-songwriter to thrive on. An upbeat record, Elle sings about the aforementioned “Miss Mess,” a metaphor for everyone who is a little unhinged from their normal routine amidst the global pandemic. Elle pulls off all of the vocal beats and paints the perfect picture of how we all feel during these trying times. We have to embrace what what we are faced with instead of falling into the chaos itself. This record appears on Elle’s latest album Ride The Wave, out now to enjoy!

While studying at the Geneva Conservatory of Music, Jay Elle discovered his passion for blues, jazz and pop. Jay has written and performed with singer-songwriter and producer, Margaret Dorn (Bette Midler, Boz Scaggs) as well as having worked closely with the legendary Bill Aucoin (KISS, Billy Idol.) With plenty of accolades across the music industry including reviews, interviews, and press from hundreds of publications, radio, and blogs, Jay Elle is amassing quite a name for himself in various genres. Radio recognition has Jay’s music playing across Europe, including in the United Kingdom, Germany, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, Denmark, Romania, France, Norway, and the Netherlands, while also tracking in Australia, Tasmania, and the United States. His previous release, “Ease Up” was mixed and mastered by Grammy nominated producer/engineer, Brett Kolatalo (Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars.)

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