“Sultry, bluesy, chill, dreamy, dressed in jazz and so damn inviting. Jones has a sort of huskiness to her vocals that wraps around you and makes you feel wanted.” – American Pancake
“Fantastic. One of my favorite songs to the BBC Introducing Uploader of 2018 so far.” – Adam Winch-Furness, BBC Introducing
“Hints of Norah Jones and Kevin Morby” – Bitter Sweet Symphonies
Originally from Chesterfield, UK, Holly Redford Jones is an indie folk artist possessed of a dry wit and deep, soulful voice. Her debut single, ‘Big Blue Sky’, released in August and recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, placed her firmly on the radar of BBC Introducing and helped establish her as one to watch for 2019.
“Sounds like she should be well into her career with a voice like that, so slick, so accomplished. Very, very, very impressed.” Dean Jackson, BBC Introducing
After having spent the autumn touring the US and recording for her upcoming EP, promised for early 2019, Holly returns to the Harrison, showcasing new material and revealing her new line featuring Casper Miles on Bass and Athena Kulb on Drums.
Widely regarded as one of the best songwriters of his name, Zander sings about a wide range of pressing topics, from the loneliness of overthinking to overthinking loneliness. His latest EP, “After You”, released on Upcycled Sounds in September, was widely praised and his song “Settlements” selected as one of Tom Robinson’s Fresh Faves.
“One of those songs you are going to want to listen to again and again.” Fresh On The Net
Frequent collaborators, Zander and Holly share the stage one final time before Zander relocates state-side to New York. Join them for a very special London farewell.
“It’s not often a song’s main instrument is the humble violin, but it’s not often that you hear an artist able to twist seemingly disparate sounds into such a brilliantly cohesive piece.” – Bristol Live Magazine
Iceberg, the moniker of producer and songwriter Charlotte Berg, began her music career in Melbourne, Australia. In 2014, she moved to Nashville where she wrote and recorded her first album, “It’s the Damsel Who Decides.” In March of 2017 she released her second album UNNATURAL which received critical acclaim from bigger music publications including No Depression Magazine. Two of her songs off this latest album charted in both Europe and the U.S. She spent summers of 2016 and 2017 touring Europe. In September 2017 she moved to London where her following has quickly grown.
“Stubborn and hopeful and fuelled by a vendetta against a ‘normal life.” – The Huffington Post
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