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Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine
Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine (ExJ) produce, write, and play on all their songs... - melding the three skills into genre-blurring, emotionally impactful experiences unlike any other, striving to create moods and worlds through highly eclectic, surreal musical moments, and with close to 50 million collective streams and over 1M Shazam’s worldwide, their effect is palpable. Comprised of instrumentalist/composer Elijah Woods, “churning out endlessly inventive hooks” (Ottawa Citizen), and lyricist/vocalist Jamie Fine, whose “vocal delivery bores the influence of artists from Alanis to Adele” (Ottawa Citizen) and “who has already proven that her big pipes can carry bombastic songs” (CBCMusic), ExJ strive to remain true to a vision that deviates from the mainstream, bringing full-sized moments and their kinetic energy to the forefront, one genre-defying hit at a time.
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Listen:Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine - Better Off
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