Elise Abbie is a independent Irish artist. She released her debut single ‘Come Back To Me’ on the 29th of May.
She studied at BIMM Dublin, where I began performing my original music for crowds back in March 2019, opening shows for bands like Zestra in Whelan’s and Wyvern Lingo in Lost Lane and making an appearance at Ruby Sessions in Doyle’s.
Her plan is to keep experimenting musically and sharing it with people. She says she definitely have more to say and a lot more avenues to explore musically.
‘Come Back To Me’ is a song about not wanting to let go of someone you love, but knowing you have no other choice. There’s an innocence to it, a bittersweet hope, yet it’s about growing up. When I first wrote it, I discarded it and labelled it ‘juvenile’ but I found myself going back to it. It became an honest reflection I had written for the sake
of expression. She says she definitely feels that she is still experimenting with sound, but I wanted to debut something stripped back and real. I like a little rawness in what I write and if people connect to what I’m singing about, then I’m happy.