Lead singer Saachi Sen's songwriting has gained high level recognition, receiving PRS for Music’s Lynsey de Paul prize and featuring on competition albums from EMI’s ‘30/30’ project and SongAcademy UK. A Resident Artist at Camden's Roundhouse for 2017-18, her delivery draws inspiration from pop acts such as Sara Bareilles and Regina Spektor. Keys player Nathan Miller also writes for the band, drawing on influences Jamie Cullum, Jason Mraz and The Correspondents.
The band has played to packed audiences at venues like the iconic Camden Assembly, Upstairs at the Garage and Cambridge Junction, and sold out a headline show at London's Borderline. They were finalists of the Isle of Wight Festival’s ‘New Blood’ competition as one of the top 8 acts, as well as the Cambridge Band Competition, broadcast on TV and radio.
Anaesthetise was recorded at Abbey Road and features on the band's EP, with the latest tracks mastered by Pete Maher (U2, Pixies). Madison Square Garden London named them as one of the city's best Up & Coming acts, featuring the EP's lead single Redcoat as the #1 track on MSG Up & Coming January. Find the music video on saachimusic.com