Yajna Releases Phenomenal New Single

It’s been a whirlwind few years for singer Yajna, and arguably some of the hardest times she will ever have to experience. Her trilogy of songs, ‘The Rising Phoenix’, representing her journey from the ashes of her lowest points, which included electro-shock treatment as the result of a mentally abusive relationship and subsequent divorce, to her triumphant emergence from the fire, stronger than ever and with a message of hope, love and power.

Her second release from the trilogy, Femenomenal, is about female empowerment and unity.

“This song is about how we are stronger together and that we are amazing humans, phenomenal and femenomenal – that’s my own word.”


“This is a power anthem for a united world”

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From her music career, to her charity work and entrepreneurial ventures, Yajna is a woman of many talents. So interesting in fact, that a documentary has been made, following her as she recounts events from her childhood to today. Yajna uses her various outlets and music to send a message of hope, love and power, and help others into a healthy, strong and independent lifestyle.

Follow Yajna:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yajnamusic/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/yajnamusic  

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yajnamusic/  

Website: www.yajnamusic.com

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/yajnamusic  

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6vRcQwJni6XQcoQFeYlPu6?si=i95YLbUeTv6Lv44IFMu7YA  

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDjn4ac4V9o4OMNv9kXfPVA?view_as=subscriber  

Heart Palpitations – Part of the stunning EP to be released

Working with producer Brian O’Shaughnessy  (produced Primal Scream’s ‘Screamadellica’) as well as with Paul Tipler (Elastica, Idlewild, The Horrors, Stereolab), the ‘High Time’ EP is a technical triumph, finding Tall Poppies at the top of their game in the studio. Working with such high profile names has come as a result of a growing reputation, helped along by superb live notices in both the UK and Australia.

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Having supported Mark Morrison from the Bluetones, other live highlights include a sell out launch show at Perth’s ‘His Majesty Theatre’, and a number of gigs in the UK such as 2000 Trees festival in Gloucester, Hay on Wye Festival and the Harlequin festival in Norwich.

Having been described as a ‘Rock version of Clean Bandit’, the band also bear similarities Kate Bush and Camera Obscura, with influences including the likes of The Smiths, David Bowie, Belle and Sebastian and Pulp.

Listen to Heart Palpitations here:

Links:

www.thetallpoppies.com

www.soundcloud.com/tallpoppies

www.facebook.com/tallpoppiesmusic

www.twitter.com/thetallpoppies

www.youtube.com/tallpoppiesmusic

Vida release date in June ‘Electric Lady’/’Fade Away’

Two track release unveiled on June 15th

A truly exciting band who have been likened to some of the shining lights of UK indie, Vida are a British four piece who are definitely going places. Drawing comparisons to a wide ranging indie catalogue, including the likes of Oasis, Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, The Black Keys, Miles Kane and more, their growing reputation has seen them garnering recognition from some of the country’s top tastemakers.

Their new single is a double A-side release showing two of the different sides of the group. First, ‘Electric Lady’ tells the story of repeated overnight stays with the same girl after meeting on several nights out, and the awkwardness that follows the next morning. Meanwhile, ‘Fade Away’ speaks of a completely different kind of awkward – finding yourself in the same room as an ex…

You can hear both songs here:

Already supported by Amazing Radio  for their previous single ‘Colour’, Vida have also been building their reputation on the live circuit. Having been handpicked to play XFM’s This Feeling shows several times, as well as four gigs at prestigious independent venue King Tuts in Glasgow, they also headlined a charity festival in Stirling to great acclaim.

Their appearance at the fundraising events mirrors their approach to music, offering fans something free in exchange for their ongoing support. Vida are known for handing out music and merchandise at live shows, free to music fans who go home with EPs, CDs, badges and more. This generous approach is spreading the word and helping to create a legion of fans, who will continue to build Vida into a force to be reckoned with.

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‘Electric Lady’ and ‘Fade Away’ will be released on June 15th.

Links:

Vida Official

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Vida (@wearevida) on Twitter

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Lead Singer of ‘The Stylistics’ Announces UK Tour and Opening Night Charity Event

Eban Brown, best known as the lead vocalist of multi-platinum group ‘The Stylistics’, has announced his solo tour of the UK kicking off on 6th March. The talented musician is also set to perform at one night only Opening Night Charity Event for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

The singer has even written and produced a brand new single in aid of the charity called “Eyes of a Child”, which he will perform at each of his concerts along his tour.

“It is with great honour that I announce my 2015 UK Tour as a solo artist. I have written and produced a song entitled “Eyes of a Child” for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Families need the assistance and great care that GOSH can provide, and I am so blessed to have the opportunity to contribute to such a worthwhile cause. As a parent myself, the thought of your child being ill is unbearable but through the help of others, we can all be making a contribution to help in some small way! All proceeds from “Eyes of a Child” will benefit the children of Great Ormond Street Hospital, with 100% of profits going to the UK’s only academic biomedical research centre specialising in paediatrics.” – Eban Brown.

6TH MARCH 2015, THE BROADWAY THEATRE, BARKING, ESSEX

8TH MARCH 2015, LOMAX, LIVERPOOL

13TH MARCH 2015, THE HARLINGTON, FLEET, HAMPSHIRE

14TH MARCH 2015, BAKEWELL TOWN HALL, DERBY

 17TH MARCH 2015, THE GLEE CLUB, BIRMINGHAM

18TH MARCH 2015, BIERKELLER  THEATRE, BRISTOL

 27TH MARCH 2015, THE HUB THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON

 28TH MARCH 2015, PLYMOUTH GUILDHALL, PLYMOUTH

 4TH APRIL 2015, GLEMSFORD SOCIAL CLUB, SUDBURY, SUFFOLK

 6TH APRIL 2015, TOWNGATE THEATRE, BASILDON, ESSEX