|Enjuillet began as an acoustic side project featuring Ela Kitapci and Taylor Morrow. As their respective groups began to dissipate the songs grew into something far more legitimate than an underwritten side sound. The evolution continued and grew into full band potential and so the group began work on its first collection of recordings: Kingdom by the Sea EP. Contrasting their past musical ventures, Kitapci and Morrow have tailored the Enjuillet songs to fit into a wide variety of musical arrangements. Passages of melodic texture coupled with dual lead vocals, flowing musical dynamics and sections of vigorous sonic expression characterize the personality of the band and the members themselves.|
|Press Release:||Enjuillet was originally formed by Ela Kitapci and Taylor Morrow as a side project when the two musicians began writing together while fronting their own respective bands. Shortly after, the two bands dissolved and Enjuillet became the sole musical outlet for the two young musicians.|
Enjuillet’s first project was the “Kingdom by the Sea EP” which was released in the summer of 2011. The six track EP was recorded at Loyola Marymount University as a thesis project for friend of the band Danny Parra, a recording arts major at the university. The goal then, as it is now, was to create moving, meaningful and entertaining music that would astound and delight audiences of many different musical backgrounds. This EP captures the essence of these two individuals and Enjuillet as a whole. Two particular songs are being presented for honorable mention: “To Revelry” and “Kingdom by the Sea”.
“To Revelry” illustrates the desire to establish a sense of happiness in oneself and in the lives of those who are loved most dearly. The lyrics present this attempt through clips of reflective narrative between two characters. The song begins as a soft ballad featuring colorful harmonies held together by strong melodic rhythm. Each verse slowly increases in intensity, adding creative instrumental sounds that yield intricate texture and layering. Its dramatic climax is exceptional, building upon its woven foundation. In its codependent structure, one is reminded of a motion picture.
“Kingdom by the Sea” is inspired from a line written by poet and short story writer Edgar Allen Poe in his poem Annabel Lee. The song follows a suggested dialogue between Poe and Annabel Lee; what they might have said to each other during the final moments of her life. This song has a most glorious melody to it with the two characters playing thought for words, joining the force of love through melodic wonder. It is unique in every sense of the word.
These songs, beautifully arranged and choreographed, allow audiences to envelop themselves in the storylines that are so eloquently presented.
Enjuillet has performed in and around the Los Angeles area including but not limited to The Whisky,
Roxy and Viper Room along with many smaller venues. Enjuillet are an amazing duo. These creative minds fused with exceptional talent bring form sonic beauty in its most unique form.
“Kingdom by the Sea EP” is avaible in both digital and physical formats and can be purchased by logging onto (search: Enjuillet):
Enjuillet is currently working with A & R Select based in West Hollywood, Ca. for licensing, publishing, a record deal and/or placement opportunities. For additional information, please contact them at:
Artist:Enjuillet Album: Kingdom By The Sea EP