Up-and-coming artist: debut single "Fight About It"
Next generation DIY artist, not the pop punk Princess but the pop rock Queen, Linda Harrison, is a performer, a singer-songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist. She’s the girl that released her debut album and left her Edinburgh home to follow her dreams in London at just 16. With an album already under her belt, Linda immediately immersed herself into working her band, song writing, live shows, and recording.
Now just 19, Linda has single-handedly developed an incredible multimedia presence using film, viral campaigns and innovative YouTube covers such as the Pussycat dolls, “Hate This Part” getting upward of 200,000 hits internationally.
Not only has she built an impressive online presence, but her presence offline is just as large. With preview CDs of her debut single “Fight About It” lying in coffee shops up and down the country with “Take me home, enjoy me, and then return for the next finder” inscribed, this girl is not short of innovative ideas. She is highly rated by her peers, fans and industry alike instigating whirlwinds in A&R, radio and promoter circles.
Linda has recently worked with the likes of Cutfather, Adam Argyle, Dee Adam and Toby Faulkner. Played at Edinburgh’s greatest new venue, HMV Picture House on 6th September (she supported Sandi Thom) and again on 10th September for the lead up to her debut single release “Fight About It” on September 14th, it seems as though things couldn’t be going any better for this unsigned act. Linda is the epitome of a new breed of artist who is perfectly placed to succeed in the new 21st century music industry.
Her debut single is available NOW for pre-order via text (Text FIGHT to 81088*). Her single and EP will be available for download from iTunes (and other major online digital retailers) on 14/09/09.
Physical copies are only available at gigs and for competition winners.
*Pre-order costs £1.50 plus standard text message cost. UK Only, unavailable to Virgin network subscribers. For support or help e-mail email@example.com or call 0845 0945 393.
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