Bellhouse’s latest release, “White Dress Black Dress”, floats deliberate vocals atop an undulating pop production.
“White Dress Black Dress’ is a reminder that you never truly know the people around you. None of us are one-sided, but we struggle to drop the facade and share all of our nuances.” — Bellhouse (Emma-Lee Andersson) on her new single “White Dress Black Dress”, out now.”
I am, and have always been, on a mission to reach my full artistic and creative potential and provide personal art only I can create.”
Bellhouse, aka Emma-Lee Andersson, occupies that perfect place where soul meets the mainstream edge. She is no run-of-the-mill pop star. A trained truck driver who would have chosen a career in criminology if it weren’t for her music, Bellhouse learned the ropes on stage in a punk band as an early teen.
This no-frills, raw background makes her a potential standout on the Swedish pop music landscape both as an artist and songwriter. Her colorful stories from her travels, passion for books and natural flair for poetry contribute to a depth in her character that is unique in a plethora of contemporary popular artists. The seemingly effortless gift to sing and write, on a strong foundation of piano, guitar and drumming skills, makes Bellhouse a Swedish artist to watch in 2018.