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Jodie Nicholson


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    Losing Track
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    In Spring
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    I Must Be Dreaming
Influenced by her dad’s love of prog rock, her mum’s love for 70s pop and beyond, not to mention a personal fascination with bands that change sonically with each album, Jodie Nicholson’s ethereal vocals remain constant over a diverse, melancholic, explorative ground.
After being awarded Help Musicians 'Do It Differently' funding, recent single Move was produced by Tim Bran (London Grammar, Aurora, Rae Morris) and solidified Jodie’s status as one of the UK’s most exciting emerging artists.
With a deserved place on the BBC Radio 6 Music playlist, Amazing Radio’s A-List and the BT TV Music playlist (recommended track), Move also picked up extensive BBC Music Introducing support from Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1), Tom Robinson’s BBC Introducing Mixtape (6 Music) and a live session on BBC Tees for Rianne Thompson.
Further plaudits came from Record of the Day, American Songwriter, AudioFemme, 1883 Magazine and Popped Music, as well as Hype Machine blogs When The Horn Blows, Indie Shuffle, Phonograph Me, Son of Marketing and Black Plastic.
With musical influences including Laura Marling, Lucy Rose, Bombay Bicycle Club, Daughter, Warpaint, Pink Floyd and Tori Amos, Jodie isn’t afraid to experiment and build upon each song’s raw foundations, really bringing her recordings to life through deep textures, layered harmonies and additional instrumentation.
After being awarded PRS Foundation 'Women Make Music' funding, expect new music in early 2021.


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