Latitude festival takes place this weekend (19-21 July) in Suffolk, and as always, there’s a rich offering of new talent to check out. Chloe Howl has an unyielding talent for lyrical honesty, as showcased on her ‘Rumour’ EP. The upcoming pop star will grace The Alcove Stage on Friday.
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Initially just vocalist Elena Tonra’s solo project, Daughter has since expanded and now features Igor Haefeli on guitar and Remi Aguilella on drums. Named Vogue’s ‘Artist of the Week,’ in 2011, the indie-folk trio released their first full-length album, ‘If You Leave’ earlier this year. Catch them at the BBC Radio 6 Music Stage on Saturday at 4.40pm.
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February of this year saw Norwegian singer-song writer Mikhael Paskalev release his much anticipated debut album ‘What’s Life Without Losers.’ Taking inspiration from the likes of The Shins and Paul Simon, Paskalev’s unique brand of county-pop sees him play at the i Arena on Friday at 2.10pm.
The contemporary folk artist Torres, AKA Nashville native Mackenzie Scott, will showcase tracks from her recently released album that was recorded in just over five days. The organic and brutally honest sounds from Scott are set to captivate at the i Arena on Saturday from 5.45pm.
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