#iSing: April’s emerging music talent

iSing Magazine takes a look at new music from emerging acts Tally Spear, Fickle Friends and Cameron Sanderson.

Tally Spear

London-based Spear was always destined for a career in the arts: her mother is an actress and her father is a muso and record exec. Spear’s brand of Americana-tinged pop features bright and breezy melodies; the lyrics, however, touch on darker subject matters such as anxiety, insomnia and the complexities of the human mind. Spear has made a name for herself on the live scene and has gigged at Ronnie Scott’s, Liverpool Sound City and The Troubadour. Her new EP is Fade To White.

Website: tallyspear.com

Fickle Friends

2018 is shaping up to be massive for this five-piece band from Brighton. Fickle Friends have just released a new album, You Are Someone Else, and announced a series of gigs across the US and Canada later in the year. This run of good fortune follows two years of solid touring during which time the band’s 80s-flavoured indie pop attracted the attention of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and Apple Music’s Zane Lowe.

Facebook: /FickleFriends

Cameron Sanderson

For a masterclass on how to reach fans using YouTube look no further than Sanderson, a British singer-songwriter with a cheeky chappie persona and a striking two-tone thatch. Sanderson, a multi-instrumentalist who earnt his performing chops busking, has an impressive YouTube following (100,000 subscribers). Last year he posted 63 videos on his channel – 43 covers and 11 originals – clocking up more than nine million views. He’s now building on this momentum with the release of a new EP, Why Do Things Glow? Check out his latest single The Sun.

Website: cameronsanderson.co.uk

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