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The Railway presents:

Paris Paloma

date_range 17/02/2023 query_builder 7:30 pm home Platform 1 account_box 18+ local_play Adv: £10.00local_play Door: £14.00
Paris Paloma channels the experience of womanhood into her songwriting, speaking to female fury, grief, love, death and power.

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Paris Paloma£10.00

A booking fee of 11% will be added to each order. This fee goes straight to maintaining the venue.

Paris Paloma is a 22 year old singer-songwriter from the U.K. From the soft rage of her debut single “Narcissus” 2020, to her latest release, “the fruits” she channels the experience of womanhood into her songwriting, speaking to female fury, grief, love, death and power. Her songwriting reads like poetry, drawing inspiration from figures throughout mythology, art history, and the Romantics; ranging from the tender and heartbreaking to the sublimely aggressive and vengeful. Her ethereal sound takes influences from dark-pop, folk, and indie genres, creating a magical discography that evokes something primal and innately feminine. ♫♪♪

Providing the banging tunes beforehand will be

Izzi Alexander is an eighteen-year-old artist from a tiny village on the outskirts of Winchester. She spends all of her time writing songs in her bedroom, using her fifty pound guitar and a notepad from Oxfam. Izzi’s debut single, ‘Boy’ was her first attempt at using logic and quickly taught her the importance of having a skilled producer! Her upbringing on an eclectic mix of genres, and an obsessive appetite for music, has inspired her to create her own style; somewhere between soft pop and acoustic folk. She can also make balloon animals. ♫♪♪

Mackenzie is an emerging pop artist from Hampshire. Her sassy feel-good songs speak the truth about being a young person in today’s world, from falling in love to finding yourself. Growing up listening to Avril Lavigne and Taylor Swift, her rock influences are courtesy of her dad, who made her headbang to AC/DC as a child. These early influences are evident in her pop-rock tracks – from the sarcastic and honest lyrics to the powerful vocals and big choruses that she has made her trademark. ♫♪♪

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