“With a unique voice and strong songwriting, Vos puts an entirely original work forward that demonstrates she has earned her place in the music industry.” –Huffpost

“Ella Vos set our world on fire with her blazing indie anthems.” –NYLON

“The L.A.-based pop singer makes the type of music that gives you chills, and if you pay close enough attention to the lyrics, you’ll notice some incredibly powerful messages being delivered.” –Coveteur

Breakout vocalist and songwriter Ella Vos debuts the video for her track, “Mother (Don’t Cry),” off of her critically acclaimed debut album, Words I Never Said, today—watch and share via VEVO and YouTube. The video is directed and choreographed by LA-based artist, Ania Catherine, and features sets created by installation artist, Dejha Ti. The video, set in surrealist scenes, follows Vos calmly performing mundane activities then chaotically destroying everything around her. Catherine describes the video as “an empathetic portrait of female rage.”

Vos is set to tour North America this spring beginning February 23 at The Parish in Austin with further stops in New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco and more. London-based singer-songwriter Freya Ridings, known for her pop ballad, “Blackout,” will support Vos on tour beginning March 5 at U Street Music Hall in Washington, D.C. See the full list of tour dates below. General Admission and VIP tickets, which include a meet & greet and exclusive merch package, are on sale now at https://www.ellavosvip.com/.

Of the song and video, Vos says, “‘Mother (Don’t Cry)’ is about being in the midst of change, with one foot in the past and one foot in the future. There’s a huge range of emotions that I think we commonly experience in those moments—anger, fear and frustration then optimism, hopefulness and peace. Filming this video was an extremely meditative experience. I focused on my simple tasks and took note of how important each step, each drink, each breath was. It felt peaceful at times, but I could also feel anxiety and frustration rising in me. In my expressive moments, I let everything out of my body through my voice and my movements. It’s unfortunate because I think as women we are taught to keep ourselves calm and collected, so I don't think many of us get to experience this kind of release.”

Words I Never Said features Vos’ Spotify-viral hits, “White Noise” and “Down in Flames,” streamed over 19 million and 22 million times respectively. The album was written in the wake of Vos’ son’s birth and was inspired by the challenges she faced as both a new mother and artist. Words I Never Said touches on subject matter often seen as taboo, including postpartum depression, abortion, women’s reproductive rights and more.

Praise continues to pour in for the new album:

“The eleven tracks on her debut album, Words I Never Said, reveal the different stages of her life. Frosted with airy pop melodies, the Los Angeles artist chooses her words wisely as she tackles intimate topics including family, motherhood and societal judgement.” –Popcrush

Words I Never Said is filled with heartfelt and inspiring tunes.”–sweety high

“What makes [Words I Never Said] work so well is that the political, and everything else, is always personal.” –89.3 KPCC

“New mother, fierce feminist and mesmerizing vocalist…” –DuJour

“Exploring subjects like new motherhood, postpartum depression, feminism and love in her signature smooth sound, Ella Vos is the indie pop artist we’ve all been waiting for.” –Milk.xyz

“Ella Vos designed a cohesive and unique work. Each song can stand defiantly alone, but collectively they carry more purpose.” –Earmilk

“The LA-based songwriter and vocalist delivers sing-along lyrics of tremendous depth.” –Cool Hunting

“Words I Never Said is a candidly direct account of [Ella’s] experiences, as well as a beautiful array of intricate pop beats.” –The 405

“Ella Vos’ dreamy Words I Never Said will captivate you with its pretty background and crisp production.” –mxdwn

Los Angeles native Ella Vos writes pop with a fierce feminist perspective. Her breakout track, “White Noise,” debuted in October 2016; it was featured as the #1 track on Spotify’s and Hype Machine’s Viral Charts. Rolling Stone hailed the song as “a seductive, gauzy, downtempo offering with enough pop polish to land it on a big soundtrack” and featured Vos as a “New Artist You Need To Know.”

With more than 100 million streams on Spotify to date, Ella Vos’ songs have soundtracked ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” MTV’s “Catfish,” E!’s “Life of Kylie” and The CW’s “The Originals.” Recently, Vevo dscvr named Vos one of their 2018 Artists To Watch—watch her performance of “I Know You Care” here.

For more information, please contact Nicole Hajjar, Reid Kutrow, Krista Williams or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

1. White Noise
2. Words I Never Said (Part 1)
3. Rearrange
4. I Know You Care
5. Mother (Don't Cry)
6. You Don't Know About Me
7. Down In Flames
8. In Your Corner
9. Little Brother
10. Words I Never Said (Part 2)
11. Suddenly


*Freya Ridings as support
Bold = Sold Out

February 23 /// Austin, TX /// Parish
February 24 /// Dallas, TX /// Club Dada
February 25 /// Houston, TX /// The Studio at Warehouse Live
February 27 /// New Orleans, LA /// Parish at House of Blues
March 2 /// Okeechobee, FL /// Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival
March 3 /// Atlanta, GA /// Vinyl
March 5 /// Washington, D.C. /// U Street Music Hall*
March 6 /// Philadelphia, PA /// The Foundry Philadelphia*
March 8 /// New York, NY /// The Bowery Ballroom*
March 9 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Rough Trade NYC*
March 10 /// Cambridge, MA /// Sonia*
March 11 /// Montreal, QC /// Petit Campus*
March 13 /// Toronto, ON /// The Mod Club*
March 15 /// Detroit, MI /// El Club*
March 16 /// Chicago, IL /// Schubas Tavern*
March 17 /// Minneapolis, MN /// 7th Street Entry*
March 19 /// Denver, CO /// Lost Lake Lounge*
March 22 /// Vancouver, BC /// Fortune Sound Club*
March 23 /// Portland, OR /// Holocene*
March 24 /// Seattle, WA /// Sunset Tavern*
March 26 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Independent*
March 28 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Troubadour*
March 29 /// Santa Ana, CA /// Constellation Room at the Observatory*
March 30 /// San Diego, CA /// The Casbah*