Ella Lockert is a 16-year-old singer-songwriter from Norway. Not too long ago, she released a heartfelt electro-pop tune, entitled, “Blacklisted,” via Lockertville.
Ella Lockert – “Blacklisted” single
“Let go of my steering wheel, you’re not the one who’s gotta turn if it goes wrong. Let me breathe in helium, I wanna fly, don’t tie me down ‘cause I don’t need you on the ground. I’m not about to stick around. Let me ride the path I want, don’t need your signs pointing the way I can find alone. And yeah, I know I missed your call ‘cause I don’t miss you like you want me to feel bad, I want you to feel better.” – lyrics
‘Blacklisted’ tells an intriguing tale about a young, toxic friendship, which can, to a certain extent, be likened to a romantic relationship. Also, “Blacklisted” is a really personal song for Ella Lockert with plenty of heartfelt feelings about the breakup. She almost whispers her way into listeners’ ears before it hits.
“We went from bad, bad b*tches, now you’re black, blacklisted.”
Despite Ella Lockert’s young age, she’s no newcomer to music. The teenage songstress started singing in The Norwegian Opera Choir for children at the age of seven and made it to the final in a national songwriting contest for children when she was only 12 years old. Not too long ago, she made up the female part of a young duo for a couple of years, where she co-wrote and released 12 singles. Now, she’s writing her own story.
“You want me to feel bad, I want you to feel better.”
“You got me going like training wheels, you’re not the breaks, so why do you still slow me down? You wonder why you’re cold outside, I closed the door, gave you the key, you threw it out.” – lyrics
‘Blacklisted’ contains ear-pleasing vocals and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Demi Lovato, Julie Bergan, and Astrid S. The heartfelt tune possesses synth-laden instrumentation flavored with electro and contemporary-pop elements. Furthermore, “Blacklisted” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Ella Lockert in the near future.
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