• Muzik First


25 years old, Ella Henderson is making a pop comeback with her new single “Brave" from her upcoming sophomore album, "Everything I Didn't Say." The song is beautiful, she sounds gorgeous on it, and the guitar solo is lush and feels like development in sound for her and a new chapter. The track is a follow-up to Henderson's recent collaboration with the French DJ duo Ofenbach on the single "Hurricane." the song will appear on her upcoming long-awaited sophomore album “Everything I Didn't Say”, which is expected to be released on March 11, 2022, via Atlantic Records. It is her first album in eight years and the album comprises 12-tracks. “It’s weird, isn’t it?” When Henderson is asked about her unusual career trajectory. She’s a straight talker with enough warmth to expunge any awkwardness from a 10 am Zoom call. “There have been times when I’ve honestly said to myself, ‘You’re the biggest failure; what the hell have you done in your life?’ And then my dad will sit me down and say, ‘What you did at that young age, some people don’t achieve in a lifetime." Born in the village of Tetney in Lincolnshire, Henderson trained at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts in Hertfordshire and found fame when she entered The X Factor as a 16-year-old in 2012. Her stunning voice and natural poise made her a favourite to win, but she had to settle for sixth place. Still, it proved to be a temporary stutter, and Simon Cowell signed her to his record label, Syco, almost immediately. When Henderson released her debut single “Ghost” in June 2014, it shot straight to number one.