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Andreya Triana Is Playing The Royal Albert Hall In November. Here’s Why You Should Go

Andreya Triana is the smoky-voiced South Londoner about to set your world on fire. An experimental and self-taught musician and songwriter who’s been creating music since she was just 7 years old.

Andreya will be performing songs from her Bonobo-produced 2010 debut ‘Lost Where I Belong’ as well as from the more soulful 2015 follow-up ‘Giants’ all in the atmospheric surroundings of Islington’s Union Chapel in London on Friday 30th September. The show promising to be one of the most intimate and mesmerising gigs of the autumn.
Union Chapel’s audience can expect to enjoy Triana’s distinctly understated vocals on singles ‘Gold’ and ‘That’s Alright with Me’.

The show is sold out, but don’t feel too disappointed, tickets are still available to see Andreya on the Soundcrash bill at the Royal Albert Hall on 22nd November along with Hidden Orchestra and Henry Wu.

Expect to hear new music and tour news early in 2017.

You can now pre-order Andeya’s upcoming as-yet-untitled album HERE

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