DiElle

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DiElle

April 24 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

£9

Dielle amazed us when her band played a while ago, before Lockdown.

DiElle is a singer-songwriter hailing from the idyllic village setting of Wickham on the South Coast of England. A quiet town it may be but it is home to one of the most exciting new songwriters with a knack for hard hitting, brutally honest lyrics, an ear for soaring melody and a voice that could bring a tear to the eye of even the most stone hearted souls.

DiElle had a strong interest in music from a young age, both her parents were musical, creative people and their family home was always brimming with excellent music. Her family had a very significant impact on her musical career whether that be her Dad thrusting a guitar into her hands at the age of 3, or the influence that the records in her parent’s collection still have on her. Despite very early signs of creativity, writing several stories and poems (including one tear jerking poetic rabbit eulogy) and signs of vocal talent from age 8, it wasn’t until her teens that DiElle began her venture into the realms of songwriting.

Beautiful Monday, DiElle’s first acoustic album, has previously been described as ‘more than an album it’s a new best friend’ and with its personal yet relatable lyrics, Beautiful Monday really sounds like the person that knows you better than anyone else, thus providing the listener with a sense of comfort which seems to be lacking from so many of today’s artists. Echoes of Joni Mitchell’s Blue and Carole King’s Tapestry run throughout the album while the warm, homely sounds of acoustic guitar and piano provide a very organic backdrop to this otherworldly voice.

DiElle is also no stranger to performance either and being described as ‘absolutely fascinating to watch’ certainly reinforces this.

Support is from Steve Andisaw, who stepped up from support to main act last year and his unique performing skills, left us agog!

Details

Date:
April 24
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Cost:
£9
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