ella jane has developed an “unnerving fascination with serial killers” on her new track, ‘Calling Card’

We're worried. Should we be worried? It's quite worrying.

19-year-old New York songwriter ella jane has shared her latest single ‘Calling Card’.

Out via FADER Label, the track is produced by Wyatt Bernard and Austin Corona (UPSAHL, Lizzy McAlpine). It’s accompanied by an official music video directed by Axel Kabundji, following up on the recent release of ella’s debut EP ‘THIS IS NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE!’

ella explains: “‘Calling Card’ was inspired by three things, respectively: the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), the serial killer unit in my high school forensics class (2020), and a boy who led me on during my freshman year of college (2021). The movie sparked within me an unnerving (though far from uncommon) fascination with serial killers; more specifically, the Manson murders of 1969. The careful romanticization of not the tragedy itself, but the circumstances surrounding it, captivated me.”

Ella, should we be worried? We’re pretty worried.

You can check out ‘Calling Card’ below.

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