Sunderland high-rising singer-songwriter Faye Fantarrow is on a meteoric rise and we're so proud to be helping her on her journey to stardom. One of the North East's most promising young talents and this year’s recipient of the prestigious Alan Hull Award (previous winners include Marty Longstaff (The Lake Poets) and Joe Hammill (Cattle and Cane), Faye shows no signs of slowing down.
Turning heads and securing attention from all across the UK thanks in part to her stunning debut single 'Boom', insightful lyrics and stunning vocal ability, Faye takes influences from the likes of Paulo Nutini and Lana Del Ray as well as closer to home with artists such as Martha Hill and Sam Fender.
Alumni of the highly respected Young Musicians Project, she propelled her love for songwriting after joining the group and honing her craft. Having been tipped by the likes of BBC Introducing (including being invited onto the North east show to perform a session) and Tipping Point (as part of their Tipper of the Week), Faye’s support network across the North-East is ever growing.