Recording artist Elliot Wren has just released their brand new single “RIP My Diary” as well as the accompanying visual and the message behind it is one that we can all relate to.
The 18-year-old singer-songwriter who hails from the Boston area is sharing pages from their diary in their most recent release.
Wren, who uses they/them pronouns, identifies as non-binary. Growing up, they felt that they did not fit in at times, and music helped them overcome. Now, they are using their voice and storytelling ability to lift up those around them.
“RIP My Diary” is a self-love anthem that encourages listeners to live life to their fullest and move on from those who are holding them back. Wren says, “I hope that listeners take away from this song a feeling of freedom. I hope they get a feeling of letting go of toxic relationships and focusing on what makes you happy.”
The budding 18-year-old artist is here to make an impact with their music. In an interview with Stereo Stickman, Wren shared, “I want to bring a sense of compassion and understanding into the music world. The greatest thing about music is that it has the power to bring all types of people in the same space and really bring them together. I want to do what I can to encourage that.”
Artists like Elliot Wren are champions and advocates of inclusion and diversity and we are excited to read more pages from their diary this year.
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