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TFSP: Lucy Hill

The Victoria, Birmingham.

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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Lucy Hill is a singer-songwriter, taking influences from jazz, pop and electronic music. Currently based in Birmingham studying music, Lucy's songs revolve around her experiences over the past few years and now as a 21 year old living in the city. Her live music aims to include many of the talented musicians she has met in Birmingham, and soon hopes to be releasing new music on Spotify in the coming year.

Instagram: @lucyhillmusic

Floodgate Street: A young Birmingham based group that fuses R&B and Pop to create relaxed vibes and great energy. Drummer - Josh, guitarist - Ollie, Bassist - Fin and lead vocalist Ella, make up the band Floodgate Street. The group take inspiration from musical legends such as John Mayer and D’Angelo, as well as modern artists like Daniel Caesar and Tom Misch. Their passion and creativity are just a couple of features that make them unmissable."
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Ize HAre: I’m an aspiring psychedelic folk artist based in the midlands! I always look forward to playing live, as i have since age 11. It all started with vocals and performance until I eventually picked up an electric guitar, I’ve now been playing the guitar for 7 years which lead me to acoustic guitar and finger style. I feel as confident as ever in my technical ability to entertain everyone. I will soon be uploading original songs and i’m sure to play some originals live!
Check out my social media’s!
Instagram ~ @izehare
Twitter ~ @izehare0
Youtube ~ izehare

Aayushi writes strikingly tender songs, pairing lo-fi ambience with introspective poetry. Her wistful voice carries the simplest of melodies with a nursery-rhyme whimsy, delicately touching upon the truths that are both haunting and healing, but necessary for self-reflection. 
From near Birmingham, she took keyboard lessons at a young age and, as her passion for music grew, taught herself to sing and to play guitar and ukulele. At 17, Aayushi shared her first compositions with the Internet. In the wake of a positive response and a successful collaboration with Dillistone remixing her song Diamond Child, she began performing live and studied at London’s British & Irish Modern Music Institute for a year, releasing a host of singles along the way. Her music is acoustic indie-folk at its most intimate and honest hour, taking inspiration from the likes of Bright Eyes, Rachel Sermanni and Julia Jacklin. She often writes about childhood, memory and her recurring dreams of the sea.