We've been anticipating Elle Varner's sophomore set for quite some time now, and as the singer's been dropping morsel after morsel to keep fueling our interest, it seems like we've all been waiting for a short eternity at this point. Luckily, while the wait for an official release date still stretches on, the singer's been giving fans some relief by hitting the road and performing a few of the new tracks from the set.
If you happened to miss her recent tour stop in the DMV, don't fret. The good folks at NPR Music have the just the thing for you. Their Front Row series captured Elle when she made a stop at New York City's (le) poisson rouge to perform a few new tracks and a favorite from her beloved debut album. The gorgeous singer delivered a rousing (and expletive-filled) set that included "Cold Case" and new hit "Don't Wanna Dance," new tracks "Nothing" and "Little Do You Know," plus "F**k It All" and, of course, "Refill."
Even though the language got particularly salty during her set and she let the audience know that she's "been through some s**t," the singer's effortlessly sweet demeanor and bubbly personality still managed to break through the highly emotional material. If you're an Elle fan and haven't been able to make it out to a show, consider this the next best thing. Press play and watch her bring the salty and the sweet like only she can.