South London songwriter and vocalist,Ego Ella May, has an all-encompassing love of music, which she channels into her own neo-soul and contemporary jazz compositions. After a lengthly hiatus (for internet times) of three years, she’s returned with renewed vigor on “Table for One” and its accompanying video.
Ticking sonic and visual aesthetic boxes, “Table for One” features a wealth of UK talent with Wu-Lu picking up the bass, Oscar Jerome on guitar, Ezra Collective’s Joe Armon-Jones on keys and Eddie Hick (Sons of Kemet) on drums. The track was recorded effortlessly with live instruments in an impromptu jam-setting.
“Table for One” takes an old soul sensibility, marries it to “current” aesthetics, bottles it all up in a message of healing, growth and self-love, and adds divine instrumentation with a slightly anti-pop song structure to really stand out.
“music is freeing, healing and all things good and I’m here for it” - Ego Ella May
Put this one on shuffle, take a bath and do your best to not feel great afterwards!