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Thu 15th

Amorie // Charlotte Enegren // Tupelo // Marlon Percy // Eva Gou

Experimental Pop / Jazz
£6 advance £8 on the door

Amorie – Blending inspiration from Lorde, James Blake, and Son Lux amongst others, her sound is a mix of several backgrounds. The now London-based American began writing and performing in her early teens, inspiring a move to Liverpool, UK at eighteen to hone in on her artistry at Paul McCartney’s famed Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.

Charlotte Enegren – Swedish singer-songwriter born in Stockholm, but has lived most of her life abroad: in Brussels, London and Paris. After singing on the Paris jazz scene for a number of years, she decided to move back to London to pursue a Masters in Popular Music at Goldsmiths, University of London

Tupelo – Five-piece alternative soul band based in east London. Their music puts a new spin on soul, influenced by a broad range of genres including hip-hop, jazz and disco.

Marlon Percy – Singer-songwriter and producer from London making and performing his own unique style of electronic music that blends jazzy keys, soulful vocals and chilled house vibes. Marlon’s about to drop his debut EP ‘The Little Things’, and is also working on multiple collaborative projects with producers Gold Top, FADED, Occult, Dariush Gould and BENJI.

Eva Gou – With subtle folk and experimental pop rock features, the artist proposes an introspective stroll through her songs, giving place to spiritual reflexion and sensations that, carried within the melodies, move empathically inside the audience. Eva Gou is a project created by argentine artist Luci Rivarola.

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