Time & Date
18 Jun 2022, 19:30
FortyFive Vinyl Café, 29 Micklegate, York, UK
Featured on prime time BBC 2 television, Rachel Croft is a London based alternative artist, whose voice was described as “truly exceptional” by BBC Introducing.
Blending the cinematic and soulful, Rachel’s multi-octave range flows effortlessly from fierce power to deep and deadly soft. Her honest and varied self penned works have gained Rachel an impressive international fanbase, packing out venues across Europe on tours annually, and gracing the main stages of festivals including Wickham, Lindisfarne and Costa Del Folk Portugal since 2017.
Since relocating to London in early 2022, Rachel has performed at the legendary Troubadour, the Green Note, Pizza Express Live Holborn, and St. Pancras Old Church, with many more dates around the UK to follow.
Rachel’s music has been synced on the BBC (Rebel Cheer Squad, 2022) and featured on Spotify editorial playlists such as Melancolia Indie and Indielandia. Counting hundreds of thousands of plays on YouTube and Spotify, her work has been featured in major blogs such as Louder Than War and Tom Robinson’s Fresh On The Net and on radio stations across the UK, US, Europe and Australia including BBC Radio 6.
After releasing her liberating EP “Reap What You Sow” in 2021, which was described as “powerhouse” by New Noise Magazine, Rachel is now shaping two deeply contrasting and much anticipated singles, the first of which is set for release in July 2022. This potent and dark female forward repertoire, combined with Rachel’s formidable stage presence is one performance not to be missed.
Support from Chloe Lawrence
Doors at 7:30pm
Tickets £10 adv