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/Not/ the final outing of the February shows from our site. You have one more day as it is a leap year.

Artist Info

Emily Capell

Emily Capell
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Emily Capell is a singer/songwriter based in North London who mixes indiepop and blues. Playing both solo and with her band, The Three Petes Sweet, she regularly performs in London and has travelled out for festivals including Standon Calling.

Emily's first full band EP, "Who Framed Winston Silcott?", was released at the start of 2014 through her own label and received radio play from Amazing Radio and several other digital radio stations. The five track EP was also reduced down to two tracks for a cassette single release through Post/Pop and distributed by Rough Trade. Her acoustic single, "Who Killed Smiley Culture", was released by Blang! Records in July.

Emily Capell is endorsed by Daisy Rock Guitars and counts footballer Joey Barton as a celebrity fan, who has tweeted about her in the past.
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