Lucy Spraggan's fourth album, Today Was a Good Day, is scheduled for release in April 2019. Her third album, I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing, came out in January 2017. Spraggan is that rarest of things – a genuine singer-songwriter to emerge from the TV talent show scene.
Lucy is not afraid to taggle issues of mental health and this is shown in many of her songs.
This band are so new and fresh we are still waiting for thier bio!
An Exciting three piece Girl band from Bucks. Unique, dynamic sound, with each member being individually versatile with a wide range of instruments, their sound ranges from chill out acoustic to rock and folk - simple placid to feisty and a bit in between. There is no specific genre these girls can be defined to, each from different backgrounds combining a mix of influences to produce an eclectic performance of sound. The Girls are currently recording their new album.
Joe Payne is a classically trained vocalist with backgrounds in theatre, pop and rock music with an impressive 5 octave range and strong countertenor. He is best known for his work within progressive rock as front man of The Enid (2011-2016). The band released 6 albums and 3 live videos. They received 3 Progressive Music Award nominations in 2013 and 2015. His personal achievements include being voted Best Male Vocalist for two years running (2014 & 2015) in the Prog Magazine Readers’ Poll.
Born and raised in Newcastle, Jamie is a popular part of the North East music scene. An incredible 2017 saw Jamie performing on live national TV to completing his own headline tour. His self released track ‘Reflection’ raising awareness on mental health, received huge praise online. Harrison ended 2018 on a high with his latest release titled ‘Powerful’. Collaborating with writers & producers in the UK, Sweden & Berlin is 2019 is set to see a breakthrough for this young singer/songwriter.
Indie/Britrock'n'Roll bringers 'Candidates' are standing up to deliver original emotionally charged but uplifting songs, in a time when there is so much noise - but not enough being said.
With hard hitting beats, rumbling bass, soaring bright guitars and meaningful lyrics sung with urgency, passion, and a relatable vulnerability. Merging musical backgrounds in indie, alternative, punk, electronic and rock to create a huge live sound that more and more followers are getting behind.
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