16-year-old, Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania Alternative pop artist Estelle Fox found a connection with music from a very young age with a piano front and center. Video clips of Kelly Clarkson, Katie Perry, and Taylor Swift captivated Estelle. She glued herself to the screen absorbing the art of performance by indestructible, commanding, and highly celebrated female musicians. At 10 years old, an unexpected change in piano coach heard Estelle sing and encouraged her to let her stunning voice be heard. It was this lightbulb moment that gave Estelle the creative blossoming to pursue her dream of singing and songwriting. Her talent was unleashed.
Estelle took the lead role of Veruca Salt in the school production of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” highlighting to her peers and the public that she was meant for the stage. As Estelle hit her early teens, the world around her was changing, and she found solace in writing songs that shone a light into her very own thoughts and sensibilities. As personal emotions surfaced while navigating the world around her, Estelle became invested in the need to empower young women in a world of excessive social media, stereotyping, and unrealistic expectations stamped upon teen culture.
Estelle took her songs to the top 5 Billboard chart-topping and Platinum record producer Barb Morrison (Blondie, Rufus Wainwright, Franz Ferdinand) gave Estelle’s songs the love and attention that they so rightly commanded. Spending time with Barb in the studio gave Estelle a life-affirming experience that would see Estelle create songs that are starkly honest and personal, with fiercely catchy and sublime indie-pop hooks.
Turning 17 this year, Estelle’s musical influences depict the times. Indie act Clairo and Alt-Pop band Beach Bunny can be heard pumping from her room, throughout the family home.
Estelle is an animal rights activist and is politically engaged, actively seeking ways to create a cleaner, inclusive and fairer world for all.
Estelle Fox is a young female trailblazer who offers her songs with selfless humility, singing the sentiment of the next generation… a collective voice just trying to be heard.