Great News! We’re hosting a stage at SWN festival this year and we can finally reveal our line up. So let us introduce you to our picks:
A firm GRLTLK favourite, we’ve been playing ‘Last Chance To Dance’ and ‘Only U 4 Me’ in our sets for a long while now. Their sound blends a hint of 80’s disco and tons of 90’s r’n’b vibes to create the perfect slow jam to dance to. Think TLC ‘Creep’ with beats from Chaka Kahn ‘Ain’t Nobody’.
We’re in love with Fickle Friends fresh indie pop sounds with a nod back to 80’s pop favourites, especially in the new single ‘Say No More’. The vocals are perfect pop, with catchy chorus’ that will stay in your head all day.
If you’re looking for something with a bit of get-up-and-go, then Jodie Abacus is your guy. Mixing up funk basslines, soul backing vocals, and RnB breakdowns, his style has you strutting around your living room in no time!
Atmospheric indie, Palace will consume you in a big wave of reverb and delay. Their tracks are a rollercoaster of delicate, sparse stillness and soaring vocals and intricate guitar riffs.
Brit School student Hannah Rodgers has been making quite an impression on the music industry with her soft vocals and unique mix of electronic and folk styles. The single ‘Fall In’ is mesmerising and will have you wanting more.