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For Ell, that record is John Mayer’s Continuum, and after locking herself in a studio for two weeks straight, she had a musical epiphany.Plus, she and country radio personality Bobby Bones went public about falling for each other, leading to an outpouring of support and inspiring her to open up like never before on her critically-acclaimed 2017 EP, Worth the Wait.“The album has helped me dig even deeper into that identity,” she explains.For rising star Lindsay Ell, her debut album on Stoney Creek Records has been a long time coming ... Sent on a mission to unleash the vibrant, soul-bearing country artist long predicted by fans and critics alike, Ell’s journey is now complete – and she calls the result simply, The Project.Comprised of 12 gripping, heart-on-her-sleeve tracks and produced by Sugarland’s Kristian Bush, The Project is the musical calling card Ell’s been working toward her whole life – from her childhood in Calgary, Alberta; through her time opening shows for blues legend Buddy Guy; and even with attention-grabbing country singles “Trippin’ On Us” and “By the Way.” “I feel like I’ve finally found myself,” Ell beams about The Project.“There’s a rawness in a slow groove like that,” says Ell.

“The vocal is gritty and you’re talking about a heart being broken, trying to think of anything but that, and everything else in life seems like white noise.

The Project reveals every aspect of her abundant talent – from her fiery guitar prowess to her crisp, inviting vocals ... It’s funky, bluesy, and full of pop-country sweetness, but also delicate and – at times – brutally honest, as Ell’s heart is placed front and center on each track.

She embraces the anything-goes fun of country’s future but also holds fast to its traditions, focusing on real instruments and co-writing nine of The Project’s songs to create something both unique and self-assured.

When I pick up a guitar, that’s what makes my heart smile.

But I’ve also gotten to a point in my life –professionally and personally –where I’m just more open, and I’m not afraid to talk about it in songwriting.

Meanwhile, “Wildfire” burns with the same passionate intensity Ell displays onstage, “Space” takes a vocally-stunning look at long-distance relationships – whether physical or emotional – and “White Noise” explores the glazed over, hallow feeling of a bad breakup.