Julia Meijer is a Swedish singer/songwriter originally from Stockholm, and for the last few years based in Oxford, UK. She self-released her debut single Ocean/England in 2015, and has performed at Rob da Bank's Common People Festival and at Wilderness Festival. She has been recording material for her debut album with producer Richard Neuberg at Strawhouse Studios, and with Mike Bannard at the Aviary and Safehouse studios.
She records and performs with her band, including her sister Josefin on harmony vocals, with Andrew Warne (guitar), Greig Stewart (drums + percussion) and Sebastian Reynolds (keys/synths).
Grimm Grimm is the musical moniker of London-based, Tokyo-born singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Koichi Yamanoha. Grimm Grimm’s debut EP was released in 2014 via Charlotte Marionneau and Kevin Shields’ Pickpocket Records, followed by his debut album, Hazy Eyes Maybe, on ATP Recordings.
His forthcoming album, Cliffhanger, is due for release on 22nd June 2018. .
Yvonne Hercules is a singer-songwriter based in London. Inspired by Folk, Blues, Rock & Soul, her music is a culmination of these genres with a discerning edge underpinned by honest, thought-provoking lyrics. Yvonne is also a recipient of PRS Foundation’s prestigious Women Make Music award.
Her last single Roving was inspired, in part, by issues relating to police brutality and Ava DuVernay’s 2016 documentary film ‘13th’. Her debut EP was released on the 6th June 2018.
'the soulful delivery of Yvonne Hercules on newest single "Roving" will send shivers down your spine.'' - Line of Best Fit