MICHELE STODART is a solo artist as well as bassist, vocalist and co-songwriter with the much-loved, Mercury-Prize-nominated and double platinum sellers The Magic Numbers. The band released their fourth studio album, Alias, in 2014 with several critics calling it their finest to date, receiving four stars in Q and Uncut. Over the summer of 2014-15, The Magic Numbers supported Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Super Furry Animals and Train on their recent arena tour.

Over a decade since The Magic Numbers landed in the top ten with their double-platinum-selling debut album, Michele Stodart has taken temporary leave of the band to release her second solo album Pieces on 8 July 2016 through One Little Indian label.

Released four years after her solo debut, Wide-Eyed Crossing, the nine songs that comprise Pieces confirm that, almost by stealth, Michele has turned into an artist whose work bears strong comparison to some of the touchstone songwriters that helped shape her outlook.

The bedrock of Michele’s writing is a reliance on rock-solid melodies that always stop short of outstaying their welcome. Keen to ensure that the tunes earned their place on the record, Michele wrote most of the songs on Pieces away from her guitar – only setting them to chord sequences when they refused to leave her head.


RAEVENHAN HUSBANDES: A largely undiscovered gem, her fluid finger-picking guitar style and beautiful, clear and heartfelt singing voice can electrify a room. She has recently released her debut EP 'Box of Innocence' produced by and featuring the legendary BJ Cole on pedal steel guitar.
"As soon as she started singing it was quite obvious this girl was special, as her vocals filled the hall like a magical spirit. Her vocals were absolutely beautiful, and combined with her finger picking guitar…it was an acoustic masterclass of modern folk."
- 4000 Miles to Nashville

"Raevennan is blessed with a voice that silences rooms and captivates audiences. It is sweet and pure and drifts beautifully over the intricate and dexterous guitaring she plays underneath"- Alphabetbands



LAURIE MCMAHON: Talented  Singer-songwriter from BristoL. Last year supported Matt Owens from Noah and the whale.influences our Jake Bugg, Jamie T and the Charlatans.


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