As a relatively new artist who’s music is coated in sincerity, what initially drew you to the music industry and made you want to promote your music to the world? Well, I’ve been interested in music from a young age, though it may seem late to some, from the age
First things first, your debut single ‘smoke and mirrors’ was possibly my favourite track of the summer and landed you a main stage opening slot at sundown festival, What was that experience like? Performing at Sundown was easily one of the best experiences of my career so far. First time
After binging the new single through my speakers I could hear your influences so clearly yet you’ve managed to stay original, how would you describe your sound for those who have never listened to Bad Luv? We’ve never really been the type that likes to pigeon hole ourselves into one
On the afternoon of Thursday 24th October 2019 five acoustic performers take to the stage on board a unique setting – a floating pub situated on the River Thames. The event itself had a humble beginning, starting with just a regular trip to London by Hull based singer/songwriter Kevin Malton.
Off The Back of His Latest Single ‘Say Something’ We Caught Up With Fourth Man To Talk About His Journey Into Music. Now living in Manchester, the multi-instrumentalist combines alt pop with notes of ambient folk; think synths, riffs and vocal layers and you’re most of the way there. Self producing and
With plans to release a new single in October and an EP in spring, I caught up with the London-based singer-songwriter to talk about her journey into music and what inspires her to make the music she does. So you’ve been working at Natural Habitat Studios today, finishing off your