Rising pop artist Elle Winter captures being around someone who truly gets you in her bubbly pop tune "Sick of You," premiering exclusively on Streets Talkin below.
"When the night is over we keep wanting more/ I find myself running back to your door," Winter sings on the chorus. "You're standing right there waiting/ As we both don't have the patience/ It's true/ I can't get sick of you."
The catchy, upbeat track is the first song to be released from Winter's debut EP, slated to drop in the fall. The song was written and produced by duo The Orphanage, who have collaborated with artists like Alessia Cara, Lizzo and The Chainsmokers and helped pen the Demi Lovato hit "Sorry Not Sorry."
And while Winter has yet to drop her first EP, the 19-year-old singer has already amassed a sizable fanbase; she took part in Radio Disney's "Next BIG Thing" contest in 2012 and soon after landed a supporting acting role in the 2015 film The Three Generations.
Winter signed with Sony's RED MUSIC earlier this year and said she's excited to release new music to share her story "in a vulnerable and honest way." "Sick of You," she said, is the perfect debut single because it touches on a theme that's crucial to her as an artist: connection.
"’Sick of You’ really encapsulates the feeling of meeting someone you truly connect with," Winter tells Streets Talkin. "It tells this narrative not only through its lyrics but sonically through its production as well.”
Listen to the track one day early below.