Blackout

23 year-old Londoner Freya Ridings released her debut single Blackout in May 2017.

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Find her on Facebook. 

Find her 2017 album on iTunes: Live @ St Pancras Church

Moirai


Singer-songwriter Lucy Rose, 28, from Warwickshire, England releases her new single ‘Moirai’, the fourth track from her new album ‘Something’s Changing’. This rendition was performed live with her band for Burberry Acoustic in St James’ Church in Islington. London-based Rose chose the venue herself, having discovered it when, passing by, she heard people playing music and singing inside.

Ancient Road / Fallen Heart

I struggled picking a favorite – his Solo (Ancient Road) or the Band’s performance (Fallen Heart)  – so here’s a 2-pack.  Jeremy Enigk, 42, a singer-songwriter from Seattle. Find him on Facebook and iTunes.

Just Breathe

Dreaming


Ásgeir Trausti Einarsson (24) is an Icelandic singer-songwriter and musician.

His new album, Afterglow, was released on May 7, 2017.

As we sway


Jodie Landau is a 24-year-old composer, vocalist, and percussionist from Los Angeles. His music combines elements of chamber music, rock, and jazz for live performance, film, theater, and dance.

The Paper Kites


The Paper Kites are an indie folk rock band from Melbourne, Australia. The band was formed in 2010.  Lyrics for this tune Tenenbaum at Genius.com.  Links here for the band’s official web site, Facebook, and their album on iTunes.

Gulls

This land belongs to the gulls
And the gulls to their cry
And their cry to the wind
And the wind belongs to no-one
The wind belongs to no-one…

~ David Gray, from Gulls.

Video recorded live on December 7, 2016 in Antwerp, Belgium.


Weathered

Jack Garratt, 25, is from the UK. About his childhood he has stated that: “I just really enjoyed making noises and really enjoyed the reaction that I got from making those noises. So they [parents] put me on music lessons to encourage me to hone in on that talent rather than show off.” He wrote his first song when he was 12 and learned to play a variety of instruments from the guitar, drums and piano to the harmonica, mandolin, trombone and ukulele.

Rag’n’Bone Man


Rag’n’Bone Man (born Rory Graham) sings “Human“. He’s a British singer-songwriter from Uckfield, near Brighton.  At 15, he started he career by testing his rap skills at open-mic hip hop nights.  At 19, encouraged by his father, he sang at a blues jam in a local pub and doors started opening for acoustic gigs. His career has since taken off.  You can find his pages on Facebook, his web site and on iTunes.

 

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