Electro-pop starlet Lucy Taylor - aka Pawws - has released a brand new track online in the form of 'Outside'.
'Outside' follows up her debut live shows at London's Birthdays and Unknown Festival in Croatia and accompanies a new run of forthcoming live dates in October and November.
The dates follow the release of her acclaimed debut single 'Time To Say Goodbye / Slow Love' and include appearances with pop duo Hurts in Manchester and London. The dates also include appearances at this year's SWN, Norwich Sound and Vision and Global Festivals as well as dates in Europe at Paradiso in Amsterdam, Netherlands and Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain.
With her keen ear for melody twinned with a classically trained musical background, Taylor's talents have already seen her working with the likes of Bloc Party's Kele Okereke and MGMT. With her own productions appearing on Soundcloud late last year, her name has already been touted by the likes of NME Radar and DIY Magazine as one of the hottest pop properties around today.
Pawws' debut single 'Time To Say Goodbye / Slow Love' is out now on ASL Records.
Forthcoming Live Dates
October 10th Birdcage, Bristol
October 11th Green Door Store, Brighton
October 12th Best Fit x ASL Records presents @ Sound and Vision Festival, Norwich
October 16th Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds
October 17th Spanky Van Dyke's, Nottingham
October 18th Swn Festival, Cardiff
October 19th Gathering Festival, Oxford
October 24th Old Blue Last, London (VICE Issue Launch)
October 25th Apollo, Manchester w/ Hurts
October 26th The Troxy, London w/ Hurts
November 19th Paradiso, Amsterdam
November 30th Razzmatazz, Barcelona
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