Influenced by singer-songwriters such as Cat Stevens, John Mayer and many more, Coryndon released his debut EP ‘Way Back Home’ under Joe Bell in November 2015. The EP has gained radio play on BBC Introducing on Radio Shropshire, with BBC Introducing DJ Jolon Kemp-Walker stating he ‘fell in love’ with one of the songs on Joe’s debut EP, ‘Lightspeed.’ Coryndon has been gradually building on his online fanbase, as well as gigging in London and writing. New singles will be out in late 2017.
Say Anise is the creation of British indie/folk/alternative singer-songwriter Emily Barnett. The idea for the name came about when a friend spotted a jar of Star Anise as they were discussing potential name ideas. Look out for upcoming single Fill It Up, which will be released with London-based label Copper Brown.
is a rising French Canadian country-folk singer-songwriter. Currently based out of London, her North American country roots and her journeys around the world have shaped her unique and fresh folk-traveller style. She has a natural and very personal way to introduce and perform her songs with sensitivity, sincerity and humour.
Her well-received debut EP ‘Love’s on Track’ was released in September 2016 and her first French radio single ‘Où tu veux’ debuted on French Canadian charts. She was on the Blind Auditions of The Voice (Quebec, Canada) in 2015 and has performed in Australia, England, Spain, Mexico and the United States as well as in several music festivals in Quebec. The young artist recently performed at the notorious Capitole de Québec theatre in Québec City and will be supporting Nashville country star Robby Johnson during his Quebec tour in December 2016.