Toowoomba singer-songwriter Maggie Elysse has just released her new single Unbreakable on all online music platforms.

“I’m super excited to get my new music out into the world after working on it for a few years at Production House in Brisbane,” she said. The award-winning performer can often be found performing covers and originals from behind her piano, guitar or the microphone in the recording studio. Her new single is a fresh new style of music.

“I love blending unusual harmonies together and experimenting with different chords and bass notes to create beautiful sounds,” she said. Her songwriting is a melodic blend of indie-pop, with heartfelt lyrics. Unbreakable is the first song my producer, Phil Hirvela, and I have recorded in the fresh, modern style and I fell in love with the harmonies, bassy vibrations and synth sounds instantly.”

Success with several major songwriting prizes for young artists has spurred her passion for music. She was awarded a coveted spot in the Big Sky Girls Songwriting mentorship program in 2018 and was named the overall winner of the USQ Get Songwriting prize in 2018 and 2019.

Maggie Elysse has studied with songwriting masters such as Pat Pattison, professor of lyric writing and poetry at Berklee College of Music; Mark Sholtez, acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter and music educator; and Francesca de Valence, Australian artist, award-winning songwriter, speaker and founder/CEO of I Heart Songwriting Club. “I’m very excited to show the world my new music and share my past experiences of relationships and live through my lyrics,” she said.

Unbreakable can be found on Spotify here:

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