LIVE AT THE CAMDEN CLUB
8:00pm MATTHEW WRIGHT
Matthew Wright writes sad songs so you don’t have to. Exploring themes of the “what I had”, the “what I lost”, and the “what could have been”, Matthew uses brutal honesty to cross a variety of different moods. Happy, sad, hopeful, longing, Matthew has a song for it.
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8:30pm IZZY SIDDALL
Izzy Siddall is a 20- year old singer/songwriter from Sutton, South London. When she was 16, she started her YouTube channel ‘IZZY SIDDALL MUSIC’ , posting a new cover every Friday which she devotedly continued for 3 years until she was 19, building up a fantastic fan base across her social media platforms. Last year, Izzy spent most of her time as a full time busker- singing in the streets of her home town- Sutton; wowing the public with her acoustic pop covers. As well as this, Izzy started performing at weekly open mic nights where she remained a loyal performer at the iconic ‘Ram Jam Records’ open mic in Kingston. More recently, Izzy took a break from busking/ open mic nights and has spent the majority of last year and this year in the studio with her producer Alan Smith. Izzy has been co- writing new original songs with Alan for her upcoming EP. Izzy’s song ‘Come + Go has been featured on BBC INTRODUCING SUSSEX AND SURREY RADIO twice. And recently playlisted on BBC Radio 6! This is Izzy’s second time performing at the iconic ‘Camden Club’. Izzy is entertaining, funny and sings upbeat, emotional songs which will capture your hearts and also make you want to dance along! She’ll even make the crowd get involved ha! You won’t want to miss Izzy’s second performance here at ‘The Camden Club.’
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9:00pm TONI SANCHO
At eight months old Toni Sancho came to England where she lived until she was ten before returning to the Caribbean and eventually moving back to England aged 21. As a result, Sancho feels there has always been an otherness to who she is: an English sounding Caribbean. “I felt I could never get to the bottom of it until this was expressed in my music,” she begins. “I began making music at the top of the pandemic and the top of my own personal tragedy. I remember feeling extremely numb and confused and my only point of clarity was this music. I found healing with it and ultimately at this point I use it mainly as a tool for self reflection”.
Sancho attributes music as the catalyst for most of her healing culturally, emotionally and spiritually. Now music is her passion, she says: “I wake up everyday excited to make it and learn it. I want to know and participate in Every part of it. Every time I engage in music making I feel honoured to be a part of it”. With an EP of new material representing an awakening of a part of herself she didn’t know slated for 2024, Sancho is ready to explore her deepest emotions to their core. “It demonstrates to me we can feel
the most extreme turmoil and still exist past this, what is left is beautiful and deserving of love, I want people to see that. I am a very emotional person, I spend a great deal of my time processing the emotions I feel and it is messy and overwhelming and sometimes it doesn’t make sense, it isn’t perfect. I want people to see that this is okay. That we must love ourselves despite. I hope the message of love is strong”.
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10:00pm LOUIS C SKELLERN
Louis.C. Skellern is a young and aspiring singer/songwriter and keys player. Louis inherited his Grandfather’s piano when he was 16 and soon discovered that he had a talent for songwriting. After graduating earlier this year from Leeds Conservatoire, he has already spent time on the circuit in Nashville and is excited to be able to share his sound with a young and fresh audience in London. Louis uses his musical songcraft to connect to a new generation of music lovers, with songs and a sound that allows him to share his emotional journey with an audience. His music is filled with memorable hooks that will have you humming for days to come.