Pop • 33m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with multi-platinum selling, 2x BRIT Award-nominee, Ella Henderson, about the release of her new song “Let’s Go Home Together” with Tom Grennan. 2019 saw the long-awaited comeback of Ella Henderson, as she began releasing her first solo material in 4 years last September following her massive success on X Factor UK and her hit single “Ghost”. From songwriting collaborations with Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter, Ella has shown over and over that her talent is unmatched with over 1 billion career streams to date. During isolation, Ella has continued to use her platform to draw attention to causes close to her heart, participating in the Mayor of London's #LondonTogether video, focusing on mental health during the coronavirus lockdown. She also took part in a live at-home performance for Billboard to raise money for Direct Relief, as well as appearing as a special guest on Gary Barlow’s Instagram series, The Crooner Sessions, which have seen the Take That frontman duet with stars including Niall Horan, Paloma Faith and James Bay.
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