Amongst rich piano and thick groovy bass, Cambridge’s Ellie Dixon dishes up an array of expertly crafted lyrics and charm-ridden vibes on her new single ‘Sucker’.
Following on from the hip-hop / bedroom-pop mash-up single ‘Space Out’, Dixon looks to tread new ground bringing in new sounds and aptly thought about melodies, neatly rounding up what makes her distinct brand of pop so engaging.
Pronouncing an amusing yet gloriously misfortunate outlook on the complexities of romance, ”I walk past your window and flutter my eyes but you don’t see me,” Dixon reflects humorously on the hardship so many of us experience when seeking the attention of those we pine for. ”You stare right through my head / so I should focus on myself” she later proclaims discovering that perhaps being alone may just be, all things considered, the smartest move.
Dixon, notable for her lively Instagram and TikTok presence, is paving the way for self-produced pop and ‘Sucker’ is a prime example of how simply having fun and making the best of past incidents can deliver the most exciting work. Already hotly tipped by BBC Introducing and multiple new pop playlists, Ellie Dixon’s ‘Sucker’ looks to be the track that launches her charming persona and adroit artistry into the stratosphere.