GABRIELLE APLIN performs the song "WHAT DID YOU DO" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY WILLIAM REED
Gabrielle Aplin (born 10 October 1992) is a British singer-songwriter. Aplin came to attention and gained a massive online following after publishing acoustic covers of songs by bands such as Paramore and You Me at Six on YouTube.
In February 2012, Aplin announced she had signed a record deal with Parlophone and was recording her debut album. She gained mainstream attention the following November when she was selected to soundtrack a John Lewis television commercial with a cover of Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "The Power of Love", which topped the UK Singles Chart in December 2012. Gabrielle's second single "Please Don't Say You Love Me" followed in 2013, it became her second top ten hit on the chart, peaking at number six.
Her debut album English Rain was released in May 2013 to positive reviews, it debuted and peaked at number two on the UK album chart and spawned further singles: "Panic Cord", The 4th single, "Home" and "Salvation".
English Rain has since been certified Gold in the UK for selling over 100,000 copies.
In May 2015, Aplin announced her second studio album, 'Light Up the Dark'. The album announcement also featured with the release of the title track's music video. She also released her song 'Heavy Heart' from the album onto iTunes to promote the album, which is due for release on the 18th September, 2015. The video for the second single from 'Light Up the Dark', 'Sweet Nothing', was released on the 6th of August 2015. It also received its first radio play on BBC Radio 1.
CREDITS / SPONSORS
Producer/Talent Booker: Cindi Avnet
Videographer: Travis Keaster
Recorded/Mixed By: Art Martinez
Production Assistant: Lydia Reed & Nathalie Lucas
Photography By: Johanna Rossler
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