LOLA YOUNG | GEORGE PELHAM | CRITS | SUE LILY | ABBIE PIPER
Lola Young has become one of the most talked about emerging singer/songwriters in the UK. Although still at The Brit School, Lola began writing and perfoming from an early age, which has already led to a support tour with Lucy Spraggan and playing at iconic venues such as The O2 Academy Islington and The Bedford. Lola has also appeared on the hit TV series ‘Got What It Takes’ and was crowned the winner of the Open Mic UK 2016.
George Pelham is a singer/songwriter from London, whose influences range from Prince to John Mayer. He has supported acts such as Rizzle Kicks and Bluey Robinson, held a 4 month residency at Ronnie Scott's and played Latitude festival last summer. He recently sold out his first headline show at the Cellar in Earl's Court, and is set to release his debut single later this year.
West London Rapper Crits has been loyal to the music for a number of years. He's collaborated with the likes of Ms Banks, Che Lingo and Akelle Charles (WSTRN). He has released a number of EP's and has a number of projects in the pipeline. With the support of some radio DJ's his latest track featured Nina Alexis and Kieron Boothe, it has been play listed on a number of local radio stations.
A singer-songwriter hailing from the outskirts of South London. Seeing music as a fluid method of self-expression she prefers not to be boxed into a specific genre. That being said, her sound could be described as a gentle merging of Neo-Soul, Old School Hip-Hop, and Jazz; with her roots remaining firm within Soul.
Abbie Piper is an 18-year-old singer/songwriter based in Cornwall. Her natural, original, soulful voice has maturity beyond her years. Abbie’s musical influences include Half Moon Run, Foals and Matt Corby. She has supported the likes of Sound of The Sirens, Sunset Sons, Hudson Taylor, Kim Churchill, Ruarri Joseph and has performed at a variety of high profile venues throughout the UK.