Elise Hayes has today released her new EP titled ‘Human Heart’. You could say that this is a straight up R&B album, but that would be a gross injustice. I would argue that Elise’s voice alone crosses that boundary exiting R&B many times on this collection of tracks. But, the music, combined with that voice, is what captures that magic in the music and that rambunctiousness in the rhythm. These are songs that get you in the feels and steers your emotions with quiet attitude and ambitious gratitude.

Take what you want from ‘Human Heart’ and hear it however you will. Just know you will hear more from Elise.

About Elise Hayes

Elise Hayes combines infectious pop and R&B melodies with heartfelt and meaningful subject matter. She first sparked attention by having many songs featured on TV shows, such as ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” The CW’s “Charmed,” MTV’s “Siesta Key,” and more. The gifted singer-songwriter has further written songs for other prominent artists (Lucie Silvas, Jill Andrews) and has toured the country as a professional keyboard player and background singer (Carly Pearce).

No stranger to the stage, Elise Hayes has been performing since the age of 12. She attended the esteemed Berklee College of Music, and soon after graduating, relocated to Nashville to pursue a career as an artist and a songwriter. “My journey in the music industry has been quite eclectic. I’ve accomplished many things that I’m incredibly proud of, and a lot of that has to do with the many hats I’ve been able to wear. Whether it’s producing, touring, or recording, I’ve really diversified myself as a musician which reaches back to my artistry in a really beautiful way. I feel more empowered as an artist because of the skills I’ve picked up along the way.”

Having garnered critical acclaim, airplay on SiriusXM, major Spotify playlist placements, and features on national television with her previous singles “Giving Up,” “Float,” and “Breathe,” Elise is ready to pick up where she left off with the release of her self-produced EP, “Human Heart”.