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Catch Next Big Thing Chloe Howl in Kingston
7:00am Saturday 2nd November 2013 in News
She has been tipped for great things, so the window of opportunity to catch Chloe Howl at relatively close quarters is surely getting smaller by the day.
Luckily, the teenager from Buckinghamshire is heading to McClusky’s in Kingston next week for a headline slot at Banquet Records’ New Slang night.
Much has been made of Howl’s frank and honest lyricism, despite precious little being heard – the Rumour and No Strings EPs being the only records currently to her name.
But it’s been enough to see her tipped as one of 2014’s next big things, and with a full-length album due out next year as well, her Kingston gig on November 7 is likely to be a “I saw her before she was massive” moment.
Banquet Records manager Jon Tolly said: “She’s released the super-catchy singles Rumour and No Strings and her brand of gritty, story-telling pop is currently making her one of the most exciting rising stars of 2013.
“She’s just been on tour with new sensation John Newman, soon heading out with Bastille and guested on many prime-time radio shows. If there ever was a time to catch Chloe Howl, it’s now.”
Howl is supported by London indie outfit Nothing But Thieves.
As always at New Slang, the music doesn’t stop once the bands do, as DJs take over and play classic indie anthems until 2am.
Chloe Howl, New Slang, McClusky’s, Thames Street, Kingston
November 7, 9am; £4
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