Bristol-based singer/songwriter Natalie Holmes writes lilting, haunting and yet somehow invigorating pop, with honey toned vocals and an incredible depth to every song. After living in Leeds a few years back, she is excited to return to her second home and play a cosy show at Hyde Park Book Club, alongside local singer/songwriter Sam Wilde.
'The inventive but familiar, simple but complex. She writes the kind of tunes that get inside your head and don’t let go' — BBC Introducing in the West / BBC Introducing
'The music is flowing, graceful and calm, but with a driving pulse to it, giving it life and vitality, a heartbeat.' — Tap The Feed
'Lyrically influential with a sound that’s undeniably her own. ‘Calm Places’ hits the spot emotionally while also encouraging you to learn and grow. No doubt Natalie Holmes’ most inspiring piece to date.' — Tap The Feed
‘Natalie Holmes’ soaring vocals of witty lyricism are set against heartwarming acoustics’ — Fred Perry Subculture
Sam Wilde: A sound that is finely poised between anthemic rock and gentle Americana – all tied together with a dazzling pop sensibility. Every note and every word is infused with an inimitable passion, his voice occupying a special space between a tender whisper and a savage roar.