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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, LGBTQI+ artist Elliot Lee’s new single, Fun, is about neurodivergence masquerading as a song about wanting to be famous.
Transformative dark pop LGBTQI+ non binary artist Elliot Lee’s new single, Fun, is a song about neurodivergence masquerading as a song about wanting to be famous. The two feelings share a very similar space in Elliot’s chest, so by capturing that overlap, exploring how while fame and neurotypicality sound nice on the surface, it’s clear how much would be lost if either was ever achieved.
Fun is a decadent collision of sound, with nu-disco soundscapes, arena worthy melodies and striking synths.
Brooklyn based artist Elliot Lee creates an unpredictable sound with a fusion of dark pop melodies with edgy vocals and innovative electronic rock soundscapes.
A vocal advocate for autism awareness, Elliot’s music acts as a voice for the voiceless because music that is unhindered by norms can do so much for the underrepresented. This bravado oozes through the homemade music, with tracks that are laced with late night slumber party confessions and existential cognizance.
Elliot’s music is often inspired by feelings of loneliness, and acts as a reminder that you are never alone.
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