Ella Vos Debuts TEMPORARY Video, WATCH AND WAIT EP Out Now

Ella Vos Debuts TEMPORARY Video, WATCH AND WAIT EP Out Now

Following the release of her new EP, Watch and Wait, last week, breakout pop star Ella Vos shares her self-directed video for "Temporary" today-watch here.

Of the video Vos says, "I've been through so many ups and downs in just the past couple years with becoming a mother, starting a new career, and now being thrown into the health whirlwind with my cancer diagnosis. In my lows I've felt trapped, or that there are no better alternatives. It's like I've built a house in my mind and told myself that everything outside of it is scary and impossible. This video is about that strange maze of a house, and the power to change your mind."

Watch and Wait was written while Vos was undergoing treatment for lymphoma and explores her illness and diagnosis through a deeply personal lens. Building on over 1.5 million monthly listeners, Vos' new project is the first since her critically acclaimed debut album, Words I Never Said, which has received over 200 million streams independently since its release.

Previously released EP tracks include "Ocean" and "Temporary" which The New Nine praises as "dreamy" and "Cast Away" which Uproxx calls "gorgeous, mellowed-out electro-pop."

Vos recently confirmed the dates of her North American tour that will see her perform this Spring in Seattle,San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, Nashville, DC, New York, Chicago and more-see below for the full list of dates. Tickets are on sale now.

Acclaimed for her dreamy soundscape and songwriting that explores postpartum depression, motherhood and love from a fierce feminist perspective, Vos' debut album has been praised by the likes of Rolling Stone,Huffington Post, Nylon, Coveteur, Dujour, MILK and Earmilk. Vos has consistently sold out shows across North America. With more than 200 million streams on Spotify to date, Ella Vos' songs have soundtrackedABC'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. In 2019, Ella will be playing festivals, with headlining dates to be announced very soon.


March 21 Seattle, WA Chop Suey

March 22 Vancouver, BC Biltmore Cabaret

March 23 Portland, OR Star Theater

March 25 San Francisco, CA Mezzanine

March 26 Solana Beach, CA Belly Up

March 28 Anaheim, CA The Parish @ HOB

March 30 Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre

April 1 Tuscon, AZ 191 Toole

April 3 Austin, TX Emo's

April 4 Dallas, TX Club Dada

April 6 Nashville, TN High Watt

April 7 Atlanta, GA Vinyl

April 9 Philadelphia, PA The Foundry at The Fillmore

April 10 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel

April 11 Washington, DC 9:30 Club

April 14 Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall

April 16 Toronto, ON The Great Hall

April 17 Detroit, MI The Shelter

April 18 Chicago, IL Chop Shop

April 20 Lawrence, KS Granada Theater

April 21 Denver, CO Bluebird Theater

April 22 Salt Lake City, UT The State Room

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