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Chloé Breit is a French Singer Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Paris.
She delivers a melt between Groove Soul and Jazz music, drawn from a travel she made in Birmingham during summer 2016. Inspired by Lianne La Havas, Amy Whinehouse or Raul Midon, what she likes the most is live music, where she can be both a sensitive and powerful perfomer, with a silky and warm voice, which wrap the atmosphere with groove and soul energy.
She is now defending her first EP ‘Hazy Line’ in France and England.
Hannah Brown, originally from Nottingham made the move across to the West Midlands in pursuit of her music. From playing guitar in her bedroom, to playing headline shows at the Hare & Hounds, Hannah’s journey has been a persistent one. After the release of her debut EP ‘Better For This’ in 2017, Hannah gained the support of local radio station Brum Radio and BBC Introducing in the West Midlands. Previously seen primarily as a singer songwriter, Hannah has started venturing out with a band and a new sound to boot. Her latest release ‘So Should You’ gives a teaser of what’s to come. She is currently writing towards her second EP due to be released in early 2019.
Sam Draisey is a singer/songwriter from the West Midlands, England. His music has, in the classic singer/songwriter style, many influences and muses, with particular attention paid to the story telling qualities and political nature of his songs. His notable influences include Frank Turner, Damien Rice, Jack Johnson, Cat Stevens, Paul Simon and Johnny Cash as well as other more traditional folk artists.
I like to think I write music that is at it’s most simple an honest portrayal of who I am and what I stand for. It’s not all politics (though some of it is), but it is all real.
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