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Whinnie Williams


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    You Don't Love Me
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    What About Me
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    Too Strong
  5. 5.
    Real Damn Bad
Barbarella chic cut with Babs Windsor cheek. She has a poodle called Brian and a dad who was once British Judo Champion.
Fashion editors adore her, yet she chooses to live in the decade that style forgot -  surrounded by Formica and flock wallpaper, in a seventies-themed, semi-detached house in Margate, where she sleeps beside a stuffed swan and writes pop songs on GarageBand. Some days she’ll turn to her pet poodle and ask: ‘What’s it all about, Brian?’.  Other times she’ll come up with the most painfully, beautiful lyrics imaginable.  Just like this one – ‘Drowning your sorrows but they’ll learn how to swim, Deals with devil you know you’ll never win’.
Whinnie was known as Sunday Girl – a musical chapter of her life that saw her score a hit single with the Pixie’s cover Where Is My Mind, sing alongside superstar French DJ Martin Solvig and tour with Ellie Goulding. Now she says of that period: ‘Sunday Girl, was a rehearsal. This is really me.’
Imagine if Lana Del Ray were held hostage in a Hastings’ caravan for 12 months, and you get the picture. Well, sort of, because Whinnie Williams is one of a kind.


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