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HoSB Sessions | Killing Moon Live Presents Chloe Foy

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With help from our friends of the independent record label, Killing Moon, we are very excited to bring you performances by Chloe Foy, Emma Mcgrath and Jaz Dager.


Chloe Foy

writes a brand of melodic, homegrown music, bursting with colourful lyrical and textural inflexions evocative of much of the music she loves. Taking inspiration from classical music as much as wider transatlantic trends in folk and indie, Chloe’s songs comprise of carefully constructed arrangements that delicately compliment her cryptic lyrics. Having performed at SXSW in Spring 2018, Chloe has captured the attention of rapidly growing UK and US audiences. With the release of her singles ‘Asylum’, ‘Flaws’, and ‘In The Middle Of The Night’, she has accumulated over 8 million plays on Spotify, as well as earning the praise and airtime of the likes of NPR Radio’s Bob Boilen and the BBC’s Steve Lamacq. She has just been named a 2019 BBC Introducing “One To Watch” by Radio 3’s Late Junction. She spent summer 2018 touring in support of the mercurially talented Jesca Hoop (as well as singing backing vocals in Jesca’s band), before embarking on her first ever UK headline tour in the Autumn.

Emma McGrath

Emma McGrath is an 19 year old singer-songwriter heralding from Harpenden, North London. Writing her own material since 2013 she self-released her first EP, The Judgement, in November 2014. This was followed up in December 2015 with the self-released single ‘Sit With Me’, which caught the attention of key media including BBC Introducing who awarded it Track Of The Week twice and Radio 2 where it received plays from both Dermot O’Leary and Bob Harris. Topping off a great 2015, Emma was awarded The PRS Foundation's Lynsey de Paul prize.The following 18 months saw Emma build up a close network of writers who helped to develop her craft and hone her sound. Recognising this, in May 2017, The PRS Foundation awarded Emma a 'Women Make Music' grant for the development and subsequent release of a mini-album. Recorded with several highly qualified and exciting producers, including Grammy Award winner Jimmy Hogarth and Brit School alumni Jackson, the first single 'Love You Better’ was self-released via AWAL on February 3rd and is garnering the attention of the public and record industry alike. ‘Silent Minds’, Emma’s sophomore EP, was released on 13 April 2018 to high critical acclaim. Work on the follow up EP is well underway and planned for release later this year.

Jaz Dager

I write in my songs the words that I fail to speak. If I can make just a handful of people feel something with my music then that would make this all worth it.

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Regrettably, due to the nature of our building, there is limited disabled access. There is some information available on our website, but please do email contact@hosb.org.uk for any further detail.

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The House of St Barnabas is a charity whose vision is to create a future where lasting work is a reality for people affected by homelessness and social exclusion. Participants in our Employment Academy are given work placements throughout our not-for-profit members' club, enabling them to gain valuable work experience in a vibrant, inclusive and culturally driven space and City&Guilds awards in Hospitality and Employability.



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