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  • PUBLISHED Jul 21, 2015

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    Jul 21 2015
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TALLULAH RENDALL performs the song "PIECES" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY MATT CALDER

Tallulah was born in a household of eccentricities. Her Aussie father bought a Lion called Christian from Harrods, whilst her mother ran The Black Sheep – the nightclub that Jimi Hendrix played at for two weeks whilst Hey Joe was number one in the UK charts. The basement of their home was filled with vinyl brought back from previously run nightclubs and it was here that Tallulah was surrounded by music and the notion that anything was possible. She began her journey into becoming a multi-instrumentalist, artist and songwriter.

To date she has written and co produced three solo crowd funded albums (Libellus 2009, Alive 2011 & The Banshee And The Moon 2014), all of which have been presented within beautiful hardback books that include individual pieces of artwork for each of the songs as well as the stories that inspired them. It is also worth mentioning that throughout this journey she has remained a truly independent artist, never having had management or a label behind her yet she has still managed to not only produce a strong body of work but she has toured worldwide….

“A hit on the summer festival circuit over the past couple of years, this sultry, spellbinding singer also boasts the rare accolade of being invited to play Dame Shirely Bassey’s 70th party as the only music entertainment.” Port Elliot Festival

“Indebted to a long canon of English eccentricity as much as the indie flair of producer Danton Supple, wanderlust, melancholy and trauma come to a head in an urgent, ferocious caterwaul that ignites the room. Rendall writhes across the stage and fixes her audience with the steely otherness of her ancient muse”. Aesthetica Magazine

http://www.tallulahrendall.com/

CREDITS / SPONSORS
Camera - Cate Calder
Audio - www.bigtreestudio.co.uk

Thanks again to Rhys and staff at Samuel Jones. www.samulejonesexeter.co.uk

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