Since making her breakthrough onto the UK's music scene with her vocal contribution to Rudimental's hit-single 'Waiting All Night', London-based vocalist Ella Eyre has seen her profile grow astronomically. Since that single was first released back in April last year, Eyre has added her voice to a number of other huge titles including Naughty Boy's 'Think About It' and Tinie Tempah's 'Someday (Place In The Sun). It was these kind of affiliations that bagged her a Critic's Choice nomination at this year's BRIT Awards as well as a shortlist spot on the BBC Sound Of 2014 poll.

But with a new year came a new direction as so far, Ella Eyre has been striking out on her own with her solo material. December of last year saw her release her debut EP 'Deeper', and while it gave her a short dose of popularity, she has since been releasing a number of singles soon to become part of her debut album. The first single from the album 'If I Go' gave her first solo top 20 hit while its follow up 'Comeback' is looking to cement the vocalist as one of the biggest new stars of the year.

While no official word on her new album has been released, she was quoted earlier this year by saying the new record has been scheduled for an October release. She has already won over the critics, and producers are lining up to work with her, so it seems like the Ella Eyre story has just begun.