NEW TRACK 'CITY OF COLOUR' FROM HOLLIE ROGERS
Singer-songwriter Hollie Rogers is here with her latest single 'City of Colour'. Compared to the likes of Carole King and Joni Mitchell, Hollie describes her new track as being "written for The Coffee Music Project Competition, a charity music showcase, in which finalists had to write a song about London... I had put off the move for years because it felt too daunting - so when I finally did it, it was a bit of a leap of faith and the city was both a scary new place and an exciting new realm of opportunity. 'City of Colour' reflects everything I saw on my first walk along the Southbank."
The artist, who incorporates folk and Americana into her music, has previously supported the likes of Suzanne Vega - who said that she has a "magnificent and powerful voice" - Paolo Nutini, and Ben Howard on tour. Meanwhile, previous release 'Sinner' was BBC Introducing's Track of the Day.
Hollie has a handful of gigs coming up this month - don't miss out:
12th March - The Bedford
14th March - Hospital Club (H Club London)
28th March - Brunswick, Brighton & Hove
29th March - The Stag, Hastings
Listen to 'City of Colour' on Spotify here: