She’s in London – soundtrack

ME and Deboe

The last year has seen award winning ME AND DEBOE support the likes of Miles Kane, headline at both NME favourite The Trades Club and famous indie venue Pop In – Paris, as well as perform at UK Festivals such as The Southbank Festival, London’s Meltdown, and Livepool’s Threshold and Above the Beaten Track.

The band members, Mercy Elise and Sarah Deboe, both established solo performers in their own right, describe their music as “vibrant, raw, powerful, with a feminine twist.” Sharply observed, frequently witty lyrics are their trademark, they move effortlessly between powerful chords and delicate, percussive riffs to bring a stripped back and distinctly original sound to both their own music and cover versions.  

  • Glass Face (theme tune) 
  • Mother Shipton (Episode 2) 
  • The Stranger (Epsiode 4) 

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MIRI began a career in music after leaving school and making a short film featuring two of her songs and gaining interest from a music publishing company. She grew up listening to an eclectic range of music which has contributed to her soulful pop sound that blends silky soft and gritty vocals with thought provoking lyrics. Pop songs that speak indie.

Three of MIRI’s songs feature in the British Film ‘Fear Of Water’ which screened at the International Women’s Film Festival in LA whilst her track Broken City has received radio airplay on BBC London.

As well as co promoting and co hosting monthly live music night ‘Blue Monday’ at renowned rock ‘n’ roll and music venue The Boogaloo, MIRI has performed in Ireland, Europe and the UK including 100 Club for The Official Bob Marley Birthday Celebration, Natty’s Vibes & Pressure at Passing Clouds, The Royal Vauxhall Tavern, supporting American folk artist Laura Veirs at Bush Hall and actress/musician Heather Peace in Newcastle. 

MIRI’s debut album ‘Canvas’ and its follow up ‘Rare Acoustic Sessions’ EP are available to buy exclusively at her live shows.

If Edith Piaf and Sting had a love child it would be MIRI” Anthony Haden-West (Filmmaker)

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Lucy Spraggan

Lucy Spraggan is an English musician, currently signed to Columbia Records, who describes her music as ‘A-Flop’, a mixture of acoustic, folk, and hip hop.

  • Paper Dreams (Epsiode 1) 
  • Last Night (Episode 2) 
  • Join the Club (Episode 4) 

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All-girl British pop rock band. Greymatter have 3 albums available worldwide, toured the UK and Europe and have graced many well known stages and events throughout their time performing. The group delivers beautiful vocal harmonies and lively layers of enduring rich melodies, carefully interlaced with heart-felt lyrics about life, love, heartache, yearning and passion.

  • Crazy Sunshine (Epsiode 2) 
  • The friend song (Episode 2) 
  • I’ll be fine  (Episode 5) 
  • Unforgettable (Episode 5)
  • You’re Like Water (Episode 6) 

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DJ Sarah Cooper

Sarah Cooper is a DJ, producer and party-thrower based in Andalucia, Spain. She is one half of Chica DJs who are responsible for the region’s wildest monthly LGBQ parties! Sarah has played all around Southern Spain and at festivals throughout Europe. She describes her music as ‘bangin’ melancholia’.

  • Hometime in ’85
  • Sunsetter
  • Electro
  • Rokit9
  • Think About Me

Playing House

Frantic Art-Pop, brooding guitars, pop tendencies and a fear of everything

  • New haircut (Episode 1) 
  • Feel the weight (Episode 2) 
  • Grapefruit (Episode 6) 

Sonia Leigh

Leigh brings a fresh, progressive sound to the table. Her relentless spirit is felt in every inflection of her unmistakable drawl. This musical pioneer has blended her many influences into a refreshing, compelling sound all her own. “Her talent is undeniable,” says Chuck Dauphin of MusicNewsNashville. “Sonia Leigh is an artist that sets herself apart from the pack.”

Once you’ve heard Sonia Leigh, she’s impossible to forget. Sonia Leigh’s music is a melting pot of indie, pop, and country rock. Though her universally appealing style defies simple genre categorization, it is familiar enough to pull you in and make you want to hear more.

  • When We Are Alone (Episode 4)

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