"There I was, overcome with emotion in a sea of people worshiping God with everything inside of them. This wasn’t a new experience for me but this time it was different than all of the times before. God had just injected me with a new dream. I had heard him say, 'I am going to lead you in something similar to this.' With that revelation came a rush of new ideas, new ambitions, and songs.”
That was at Outcry Festival 2017.
Elle sees the future of her music like a concert full of diverse people from the most eclectic of backgrounds drawn in by visuals, melodies, and art that they love. And from there, the effect of good music would become revelations of truth in their lives.
“My hope is for my friends that don’t know Jesus to still identify with these songs,” said Elle. “That they’re on their party playlists, spreading hope, drawing them into truth, and then seeing it spread out to their friends, colleges, clubs, through their cities and wider.”
Elle recently got married to her husband Tom and they live in Brighton, UK.