Ashley Elle Fears L.A. Will Be The Death Of Her

Chasing your dreams is easier said than done, as the singer admits in this single.

Ashley Elle tries to navigate life in Los Angeles in her new single and video Death Of Me — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

In a fusion of musical prowess and emotive lyricism, Elle’s Death Of Me invites listeners to embark on a cathartic expedition of self-discovery and letting go through its evocative melodies and poignant narrative. Through its evocative melodies and emotionally charged lyrics, Death Of Me provides solace and understanding, reminding us that embracing the unknown is an integral part of our human experience.

Produced and co-written by longtime collaborator Cazz Brindis, the arrangement mirrors Elle’s emotional journey. Lines like, “Cut my hair, dyed it blonde” and “I’ve been running backwards, looking for some answers,” find her shedding old layers and embracing a new identity. This personal evolution is not without its difficulties.

“I moved to Los Angeles four years ago to attend college and pursue music,” explains Elle. “While I love it out here, there are many moments where I wish I could run home to my small town in Wisconsin. Death Of Me is a song to L.A. — a place full of dreams and possibilities wrapped in competition and insecurities.”

Elle embarked on her musical journey by learning piano and teaching herself guitar. Eventually collaborating with skilled producers in the studio, she refined her captivating and irresistible musical style. Her hard work paid off in 2019 when she was signed to a publishing deal out of Nashville. Her music has received praise from various sources and been featured on numerous playlists.

Watch the video for Death Of Me above, hear more from Ashley Elle below, and keep up with her on her website, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.