Elliot Lee


Elliot Lee: Forward ‘excited’ by Wrexham project

Forward Elliot Lee says he "proud and happy" to have joined National League club Wrexham. Lee, 27, left Luton Town at the end of last season and turned down offers from EFL clubs to sign for the Dragons. : Wrexham's Lee sees Luton similarities.
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Elliot Lee: Wrexham forward sees similarities with ex-club Luton

New signing Elliot Lee hopes Wrexham can emulate former club Luton Town by rising up the leagues. The forward has moved to the National League club from Championship side Luton, whom he had joined when they were in League Two. The 27-year-old rejected offers from EFL clubs to join Wrexham,...
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Artist Spotlight: Elliot Lee provides voice for the voiceless

Elliot Lee is a Brooklyn-based, electronic pop singer. They first started releasing music to Spotify in 2018. It was then, that they dropped numerous singles that would ultimately help launch their musical career. Songs such as “Cruel,” “SRY ILY,” “Earthworms,” “Sleepwalking” and “TV Head” were seen as relatable to listeners, especially young adults, as each one delved into the feelings of loneliness and existentialism. Since then, Lee has gained a steady following, with 222,496 monthly Spotify listeners.
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Beyond LA: Elliot Lee Captures the Growing Anxieties of the Uncontrollable with New Single “Airplanes” featuring Letdown

With an eclectic arrangement of pop, indie, electro and sometimes hip-hop, Brooklyn based artist Elliot Lee captures a sense of manic acceptance of the self, amplifying the things that make them unique and giving a voice to all the ones who don’t fit in. Highlighting the ever changing proclivities that others often don’t see, Elliot Lee’s honest and evolving music resonates with so called misfits, making it a little less lonely for others like them and everyone else in between.

Elliot Lee Releases Captivating “Airplanes”

Brooklyn-based dark pop artist Elliot Lee introduces a brand-new single, “Airplanes,” featuring Letdown, a song about phobias, especially the fear of flying, as well as coping with anxiety and depression. A singer, songwriter, and multi-dimensional artist, Elliot Lee’s sound blends elements of thrash rock, alt-pop, electronic music, and...

Elliot Lee and GIRLI embrace differences in “Pink (Freak) Remix”

New York based dark pop artist Elliot Lee is known for their candid narratives all about finding one’s identity, navigating mental health struggles, and how important it is to join a supportive community when one feels lost. In their latest release, Elliot Lee has joined forces with U.K.’s GIRLI for a fierce remix of their single “Pink (Freak).”

Oxford to check on Elliot Lee and James Henry before Lincoln game

Oxford will assess the fitness of forwards Elliot Lee and James Henry ahead of the Sky Bet League One visit of Lincoln on Friday. Lee could be back in contention after two games out and Henry is nearing a return after a month on the sidelines. Defender Sam Long is...

Oxford lose Elliot Lee to injury ahead of Charlton clash

Midfielder Elliot Lee will miss Oxford’s Sky Bet League One clash with Charlton on Saturday. The on-loan Luton man is set to be absent for the game against the Addicks and the trip to Swindon three days later after being forced off in the first half of Tuesday’s 0-0 draw with Peterborough by a knee problem.

Elliot Lee rescues late point as Oxford clinch draw at MK Dons

Elliot Lee rescued a late point with an equaliser deep into injury time to earn Oxford a 1-1 League One draw after a frustrating afternoon in front of goal against MK Dons. Both sides were sloppy in possession but the home side scored the opener when Andrew Surman placed a low curling effort into the far corner of the net from the edge of the box after some neat build-up play.

Elliot Lee and Brandon Barker earn Oxford victory

Elliot Lee’s first-half goal paved the way for Oxford to beat Bristol Rovers 2-0 in a tight Sky Bet League One contest at the Memorial Stadium. The visitors took a 29th-minute lead when Lee was allowed to run unchallenged onto a James Henry through ball and clip a low shot past advancing goalkeeper Joe Day from the right side of the box.