Eloise Suzanne Drennan (born 28 October 1998) is an Australian pop singer-songwriter. She is the youngest winner of The Voice Australia, competing as a member of Team Jessie at the age of 16, in July–August 2015. She gained a large following from her YouTube covers.
Drennan listed her inspirations as Adele, Matt Corby, Katy Perry and Angus & Julia Stone. Her debut album Close Your Eyes was released on 11 September 2015 via Universal Music Australia, which reached No. 14 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Her winning track, "Ghost", became her debut single, which reached No. 25 on the ARIA Singles Chart. She followed this with "Hard Love", which peaked in the top 50. In 2019, Ellie returned to the music scene with her first independent release, a single titled 'Taxi' released digitally and announced plans to release an EP in 2020.
Drennan was born in 1998 in the Central Coast, New South Wales and went to St Josephs Catholic College, East Gosford.
2015: The Voice
In 2015, Ellie Drennan, took part in season 4 of The Voice Australia, where she joined team Jessie J, after singing Take it All by Adele in the blind audition. She made it through the Grand Finale on 30 August, where she was announced winner. Her winner's single was Ghost.
denotes winner. denotes a song that reached the top 10 on iTunes.
|The Voice performances and results (2015)|
|Audition||"Take It All"||Adele||Through to Battle Rounds|
|Battle Rounds||"Elastic Heart"||Sia||Given a Fast Pass, through to the live shows|
|Live show 1||"Team"||Lorde||Saved by coach|
|Live show 2||"Lean On"||Major Lazer ft. DJ Snake & MØ||Saved by public|
|Live show 3||"California Dreamin'"||The Mamas & The Papas||Saved by coach|
|Semi Final||"I Kissed a Girl"||Katy Perry||Saved by public|
|Grand Finale||"Nothing Compares 2 U"||Sinéad O'Connor||Winner|
|"Ghost" - Original Song||Drennan|
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|Close Your Eyes||
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"Ghost"||2015||25||Close Your Eyes|
|"Living Inside a Dream"||2016||—||TBA|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.|