Louise Golbey | Artist of the Month | November

Emerging singer-songwriter and musician Louise Golbey has developed a solid reputation within the UK soul scene, and can now be heard in store on our coffee house playlist.

Louise Golbey

Louise Golbey | Artist of the Month | November

Emerging singer-songwriter and musician Louise Golbey has developed a solid reputation within the UK soul scene, and can now be heard in store on our coffee house playlist.

Marking the welcome introduction of her EP ‘Love It Or Leave It’ the Deluxe Edition,  emerging singer-songwriter and musician, Louise Golbey, is our Artist of the Month.

Louise has developed a solid reputation within the UK soul scene, performing extensively across London and surrounds in legendary venues such as Ronnie Scotts and The Jazz Cafe.

It’s been three years since Louise’s debut album ‘Novel’ which gained regular airtime on BBC radio stations Radio 1, 1Xtra, 6Music and BBC London and is a firm favourite on Jazz FM, M-Soul and Capital Extra.

This new release smoothly mixes elements of soul and R&B to deliver a mallow sound that we’re proud to hear over the sound systems of every Caffè Nero coffee house until the end of the month.

Louise’s soul-filled passion has taken her to some of the UK’s most iconic stages including, Glastonbury and The Isle Of Wight Festival, as well as recording at the famous Maida Vale studios.

There’s a raw elegance to her soulful voice that’s reminiscent of cool lounge tunes with a mild pop vibe.

Listen to Louise Golbey’s music, or read more about our other Artists of the Month.

 

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