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Music Bio

"Outstanding" Adam Walton, BBC Radio Wales

"One talented teenager" Neil March, Trust-The-Doc

From Llandudno, North Wales, Cerys Eless is the accomplished Songwriter with a stunning voice. Cerys Eless has developed her own unique music style since the age of eleven. Beginning her performing at the Blue Bell Pub Open Mic nights in Conwy, to becoming an active member of the Manchester music scene. Cerys’ quality live performances have led to a packed gigging schedule, from performances alongside local bands to appearing on the Bill for Liverpool’s Sound City music festival.


Cerys Eless' music features a prominent use of her vast vocal range and the influences from Bond theme artists like Adele, Sam Smith and Billie Eilish are stunningly portrayed. “You Weren’t Mine” from the debut EP “Learning to Swim” EP  and the single “Sometimes” highlight the attention to detail of harmonic and melodic relationship with meaningful lyrical content.


 Cerys Eless has featured on the same line-up as Billy Bibby (former member of Catfish and the Bottlemen), Sera, Eve Goodman & Courteous Thief. Six of her songs have received BBC Introducing airplay on both Adam Walton & Bethan Elfyn's New Music Shows. Cerys Eless' highlights of 2019 included performing at Focus Wales, Gwyll Arall, Fresh On The Net Live - Liverpool & having her song "What We Had" being included in Bethan Elfyn's BBC Introducing "Wales Mix Vol 4".


The brand new, eagerly anticipated track "Overdose " reached the finals of the UK Song writing Competition, also receiving multiple airplays on Adam Walton's BBC Introducing show. The track showcases Cerys' talent and inspiration from previous James Bond themes and this is visible when played before title track from “No Time To Die” performed by Billie Eilish.


“Overdose” will be available on all streaming sites as of May Day 2020, followed a fortnight later by the “Introverts Club” EP on May 22nd, Follow Cerys on Spotify for more details (link in the top left corner) and be one of the first to hear the track “Overdose” upon its release.