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  • A Place of Solitude: The 405 meets Miya Folick
  • Behind The Scenes with Rachel Sermanni
  • Teardrops On The Dance Floor: The 405 meets Foxes
  • Sacred Objects from Suburban Homes: EMA interviewed
  • A Place of Solitude: The 405 meets Miya Folick
  • Behind The Scenes with Rachel Sermanni
  • Teardrops On The Dance Floor: The 405 meets Foxes
  • Sacred Objects from Suburban Homes: EMA interviewed
  • A Place of Solitude: The 405 meets Miya Folick

    by Martyn Pepperell, 06 July 2015

    One of the more compelling new talents to hit our radar in recent months, Miya Folick writes and performs atmospheric alt-rock songs of depth, resonance and meaning. A singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer, over the last two months she's released three striking singles (now bundled up as an EP on bandcamp), drawing comparisons to the likes of Sharon Van Etten and Daughter along the way. [read more]

  • Behind The Scenes with Rachel Sermanni

    by The 405, 03 July 2015

    The 405's Carl Osbourn spent some time with Rachel Sermanni in London for our latest Behind The Scenes feature. Check out the full gallery right here. [read more]

  • Teardrops On The Dance Floor: The 405 meets Foxes

    by Samantha O'Connor, 03 July 2015

    Heartbreak has been the catalyst behind the new music that’s served as an outlet for the UK pop siren’s emotional release, although that was never the plan. Her recent therapeutic endeavor marks a new creative path for the singer, who’s come out on the other side of the emotional raincloud with her head held high and an album she’s proud of. [read more]

  • Sacred Objects from Suburban Homes: EMA interviewed

    by Robert Whitfield, 02 July 2015

    EMA will be taking up residency in the Barbican from the 5th to 7th July, presenting an entirely new work - part installation, part performance - called Sacred Objects from Suburban Homes. We managed to get some free time from Anderson to talk through the project and its intentions. [read more]

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