STORRY released her debut single - Leave My Heart Behind - on May 31st 2019 t...
STORRY released her debut single - Leave My Heart Behind - on May 31st 2019 to critical acclaim. Music Crowns called it "a new chapter in music," that her vocals "must be heard to be believed," and that "STORRY, with her on-point delivery and shattering vocals, will be the next big name in music." A&R Factory said that "STORRY has the style, talent and soul to ensure that her sound stands out with absolute distinction." Montreal Rampage said that "she can belt it out like nobody’s business, hitting the high notes with crystalline precision and driving it all home with intense passion and heart-wrenching honesty." A promising start; and this is just the tip of the iceberg. STORRY writes and produces her music, and is intrinsically involved in all aspects of her career from designing album covers to producing music videos. Her art is authentic to the max, and her raw talent is mind boggling. If it doesn't touch you, it will hit you in the face. STORRY released three more singles to date:“House & a Range,” a tribute to her mom, “You Don’t Know Me (Nah Nah),” a funky summer bop, and "A Lost Find," a heart-wrenching ballad. She also released “Another Man,” which was produced by reggae royalty, Sly & Robbie, and featured on their juggla Pocket Book Riddim. STORRY has recently dabbled in film, and her proudest accomplishment so far is her claymation short, "Up," which has been selected to screen at six international film festivals (and counting), including the Rome International Film Festival and the Grand Rapids Feminist Film Festival. It also won the award for Best Editing at the Montreal International Wreath Film Festival. The film, which was shot over four months out of her mom's basement, will be released to the public in March 2020. STORRY has performed across North America. If you're taken by her recordings, be prepared to be dazzled by her live show because this phenomenon cannot be captured on tape.
Aisling Towl is a poet and playwright from South London. She has featured at ...
Aisling Towl is a poet and playwright from South London. She has featured at poetry nights across London and the UK at venues including Lyric Hammersmith, Richmix, Freeword Centre and Brainchild Festival, and for organisations including Merky Books and Sofar Sounds. Her first play was long-listed for the Royal Court's Lynne Gagliano Award 2019 and will be on as part of the VAULT Festival 2020.
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