The roster of performers has been confirmed for the upcoming Song Suffragettes London July instalment, which is due to return to The Camden Club. The eagerly anticipated event will once again by proudly presented by Holler.
Fans have come to expect top-tier performances from the much-loved writers round, and it's safe to say the July 5 line-up will not disappoint those planning to attend.
The evening's proceedings will be hosted by Scottish singer-songwriter, Kerri Watt, who will be serenading the crowd with highlights from her acclaimed 2021 debut album, Neptune's Daughter.
Watt has experience on some of the biggest stages opening for acts such as Coldplay, Celine Dion and Keith Urban, but she'll no doubt relish the opportunity to strip it all back and deliver a handful of acoustic performances on July 5 in Camden.
Joining Kerri Watt will be Manchester prodigy, Izzy Steele, who continues to draw a quickly burgeoning following with her flurry of introspective, atmospheric singles, after becoming known to millions as fan-favourite Emmerdale character, Liv Flaherty. Song Suffragettes London July ticket-holders will be hoping to hear her recently released track, ‘The Book That I've Been Reading’, along with a sneak preview of Steele's upcoming second EP, Do I Look The Same?
Also set to perform at The Camden Club on July 5 is Daisy Clark, who is sustaining the momentum built from her widely praised The Midst Of My Madness EP, which dropped earlier in the year.
As well as being asked to perform at the 2021 G7 summit in Cornwall, Clark has amassed a number of viral hits such as her captivating cover of ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’, which Song Suffragettes London attendees will no doubt be hoping to hear in July.
Francesa Morris is another exciting addition to the July roster of performers, with the up-and-coming Brighton artist currently readying her debut single, ‘Never Will’, from her summer project.
Completing the stellar line-up is Kristina Karsegård, who will be making a celebrated return to Song Suffragettes London, following an eye-catching appearance at the February instalment.
Song Suffragettes London takes inspiration from Nashville's hugely popular all-female writers rounds, which began almost a decade ago. Since then, the showcase has provided a platform for roughly 400 female songwriters in country music, a genre that has often been male-dominated, particularly when it comes to radio airplay opportunities.
Tickets to Song Suffragettes’ July 5 show at The Camden Club are available now, and can be purchased below: