Cerys Eless is a 16 year old Singer/Songwriter from Llandudno, North Wales. Her music is a blend of pop, soul, blues & folk with musical influences including Adele, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sande & Lewis Capaldi. She has been writing songs since she was 11, and performing live since she was 15.
Blue Bell Pub Open Mic nights in Conwy were her introduction to live performance. Cerys has since gone on, to perform at 3rdSpace Pop Up Music Festival on the same bill as Billy Bibby (of Wry Smiles), TVWStock Music Festival as well as supporting local bands Serious Bizness and Black Sheep. She has also supported Arthur Bryn Woodcock (of False Alibi).
Her first EP “Learning to Swim” was Recorded and Produced during August and September 2018 at Orange Sounds Recording Studio, Penmaenmawr, by Russ Hayes. This EP was released on October 21st 2018.
Cerys received her first Radio airplay on 6th October 2018 when Adam Walton played "She" on his BBC Radio Wales New Music Show. Following this, her song "You Weren't Mine" was played by Adam Walton on 20th October 2018.
“North Wales-based singer/songwriter makes her debut”
— Adam Walton, BBC Radio Wales