Eleanor and the Dream - I Don't Need Somebody to Love Me


Eleanor and the Dream is a project by Blackpool-born, London-based singer/songwriter Eleanor Neish-Melling. 

Her music, with its defined melancholic sound, sharply captures all the poignant feelings that come with the adversities of life – heartbreak, loss and isolation. Yet through soft dreamlike vocals, shimmering guitars and chord ambiguity, she offers too a sense of rapture, all of which can be found in her debut single 'I Don't Need Somebody to Love Me'. 

Eleanor and the Dream cites pivotal influences such as The Cure and Elliott Smith, whilst also taking inspiration from contemporary acts The Japanese House and Hatchie.

‘I Don’t Need Somebody to Love Me’ with its defined melancholic sound, sharply captures all the poignant feelings that come with the adversities of life – heartbreak, loss and isolation. 

Through soft dreamlike vocals, shimmering guitars and lucid beats, ‘I Don’t Need Somebody to Love Me’ is the perfect soundtrack for jumping on the bed in underwear, a special healing journey in which we can all relate.




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