Ella Eyre is best known for her collaborations with Rudimental on their number one single Waiting All Night, which won the 2014 Brit Award for British Single of the Year. Her debut extended play, Deeper, was released in 2013 and her debut album, Feline, was released in 2015. Eyre’s musical influences include Lauryn Hill, Etta James, Basement Jaxx and Hans Zimmer.
She was the runner-up for the 2014 BRIT Critics’ Choice Award and came second on the BBC Sound of 2014 shortlist. Her next three solo singles, If I Go, Comeback and Together, reached the top twenty on the UK Singles Chart. She co-wrote the number one single Changing for drum and bass duo Sigma featuring British recording artist Paloma Faith, which was released in the United Kingdom in 2014. The following month, Eyre won Best Newcomer at the MOBO Awards.
At her comeback concert at KOKO in 2017, Eyre performed four new songs: LOV(E), Drink with Your Name on It, I Swear and Ego. Eyre and Sigala announced a new collaborative single that same year – Came Here for Love. She soon announced her new single Ego featuring Ty Dolla $ign. Eyre also supported Little Mix on their Summer Shout Out Tour and supported The Script on their Freedom Child Tour in early 2018.
In 2018, Eyre was confirmed for the celebrity version of the Great British Bake Off 2018. Her new single Answerphone with Banx & Ranx and Yxng Bane was released in March, leading her to achieve considerable success in the charts. Since then, her career has continued to go from strength to strength.