Ready for 2020, we’ve put together a list of the best rising pop acts to look out for in the New Year. Our top 5 to keep the Sweet Beats coming:
After appearances on Sky News, Talk Sport,played Live on Talk Radio as well as multiple appearances on BBC Radio and supporting the likes of Gary Barlow, Joel Rothwell has showed no signs of slowing down in 2019. With a headline show at Manchester Academy set for February, and new music on the way, we’re sure to be seeing more of Joel in 2020.
Crafting a flavour of neo-soul, downtempo electronica and elaborate pop, London- born Suffolk-based Caswell was armed with her first microphone as a toddler. After emerging in 2017 she released her debut EP ‘The Shadow Aspect’, she’s since been cited by key online tastemakers as “a viral success” (Clash Magazine) and “London’s newest Superstar” (Wonderland Magazine).
Having worked with influential names in the music business, such as producers and writers for big names including Blackbear, BTS, Britney Spears and Lil Wayne – Kelsey is sure to make an explosive debut.
Kelsey’s songs have a genuine and organic sound to them, achieved through writing original music in her bedroom and coffee shops. She begins her musical endeavour just as she propels herself into studying music at NYU Steinhardt.
Having studied piano since when he was 4 before studying music theory and composition Marco was allured by the pull of Dance music and found a passion for making upbeat dance music. Having racked up hundreds of thousands of streams and a reputation to boot, Marco is now hoping to launch his career.
Despite being only 21 years old, GRACEY is already an in-demand songwriter who has written for some of the biggest names in pop. Now, ‘Different Things’ is her beautifully affecting debut single. Written and produced with her long term collaborator Alan Sampson, ‘Different Things’ is an effortlessly forward-thinking and vividly atmospheric raw depiction of a relationship stretched to breaking point. Cut from the same cloth as Sia and Lorde, GRACEY’s Different Things is a taster of what’s to come from this raw new talent.