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Estella Dawn Brings Major Swag and Sass on New Single "514 Denim"

Estella Dawn, a New Zealand-born and San Diego-based singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, has been making waves in the indie music scene with her unwavering confidence and boldly passionate delivery. Over the past few years, she has released dozens of original tracks, each elevating her status as one of the most engaging and hardworking creatives in the industry. Her latest single, "514 Denim," perfectly captures the essence of summer with a seamless transition from an acoustic ode to an intoxicating dance floor filler, all while maintaining the emotional depth and honesty that characterizes her music.



"514 Denim," channels the best aspects of Estella's vast field of inspiration. The track is reminiscent of the lyrical nuance and free-flowing style of artists like Dominic Fike, Sabrina Carpenter, and Doja Cat. It effortlessly intertwines euphoric dance vibes with seductive electric guitar, slick melodic Rap, and a soulfully satisfying hook. The song is as catchy as its title suggests, showcasing Estella's unique ability to blend style and substance. Her distinct sound, marked by a powerful yet vulnerable delivery, ensures that "514 Denim" stands out as a niche moment of Pop Culture.


With over 165K monthly listeners on Spotify, Estella Dawn's reach and repertoire speak volumes about her talent and impact on the music scene. Her music, characterized by divinely striking vocals and a fiercely distinct identity, continues to push the boundaries of modern Pop. As Estella raises the bar with each release, her growing audience celebrates her ability to transcend genres with spirited conviction. For those seeking a fresh and dynamic addition to their playlists, Estella Dawn's "514 Denim" is a must-listen, promising to uplift and charm with its organic dance-pop allure.

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