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Developing Scottish act Siobhan Wilson, having recently toured the USA, UK and Canada with Suzanne Vega, Aidan Moffat, and The Proclaimers, as well as sell-out headline shows in Scotland and London released "There Are No Saints" in 2017, to high acclaim by the likes of Rolling Stone, featured on Bob Boilen's NPR playlist, and shortlisted for Scottish Album of the Year. She returns to the US to plan the release of her upcoming album recorded with members of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in Edinburgh and Steve Albini in Chicago. Inspired by artists such Sharon Van Etten, Yann Tiersen, PJ Harvey and Aldous Harding, she's gained support from BBC radio 6 music and won over her fanbase with her ethereally gymnastic vocals and grunge-edge. After 5 years in Paris, France she sings in French and is also a highly-trained composer. The heart-breakingly intimate and subtle, yet extremely powerful lyrical themes and performances set her apart from the crowd. Early EPs feature honest songwriting and romantic melodies, "Terrible Woman" recently featuring on television show Back To Life on North American Showtime in October 2019. We look to connect with labels, press, management.
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