Review: Kings Elliot – ‘Til I Die

London-via-Switzerland singer-songwriter Kings Elliot has accumulated millions of global streams, as well as spins on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 and KCRW.

Oh boy, we are excited about this next release, the promising artist Kings Elliot will become a beloved artist around the Keep Walking Music blog. The artist’s lyrical ability proves to be unmatched by her competitors, delivering an awe-inspiring experience with anything the artist touches.

Elliot wrote “‘Til I Die” as a letter to her mental health—”the side of myself that I find so hard to live with,” she explains. “It’s my most personal song yet… It sounds like I’m singing to a toxic lover, but it’s really about the toxic relationship I have with myself.”

There’s a certain kind of magic around music that makes you wanna re-listen over and over again—Kings Elliot’s Til I Die’ is exactly that. If you’re looking for something to brighten up your day or get you excited about the weekend, give this a few spins and thank us later. Enjoy!

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