Caleb played NME HQ for his Emerging Artists Project gig.
Earlier this year Thatchers Haze and NME joined forced to launch The Emerging Artists Project.
With over 500 entries, it was the Dublin-based Caleb Kunle who was crowned the winner.
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Caleb headed to the studio to record his new EP ‘Eden’ with mentor Murkage Dave, and on Friday he played a gig at NME HQ to celebrate the EP’s launch.
Here’s what happened.
The stage was set at a transformed NME HQ for Caleb’s gig later in the evening.
The gig was the launch of Caleb’s new EP ‘Eden’, which he recorded with Murkage Dave after winning the Thatchers Haze x NME Emerging Artist Project.
The army of punters enjoyed a Thatchers Haze before the show.
Our competition winner bounded on stage and launched into an energetic performance.
The singer-songwriter captivated with his soulful performance…
…and the crowd were loving the show.
The stunning set featured tracks ‘Seul’ and ‘Boogieman’, as well as the titular ‘Eden’.
Caleb thanked his band, before getting the crowd on their feet with the club ready ‘Life Online’.
Caleb thanked the enraptured crowd for coming out.
After the show Caleb took the time to write a few messages for the crowd.