From her humble upbringing in South Wales, Naomi was first inspired to write music during her Performing Arts studies in College. Self-taught on the piano, and with no prior songwriting training, Naomi's musical flair has already received recognition and airplay from BBC Radio Wales, and she also reached the semi-finals of the UK Songwriting Competition. Moving to London earlier this year to put down her musical roots, Naomi's honest lyrics and unique folk-pop style has been charming audiences around the capital ever since.
The track is being released as part of the debut EP from a new record label Dyne Road Recordings aptly titled Dyne Road Recordings EP I out June 23rd. Exclusively run by and on behalf of the students of the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in Kilburn, London. Featuring four contrasting tracks from four contrasting artists, DRR EP I is a unique project that showcases the bourgeoning talent emerging from within The Institute's four walls. With music on the EP provided by VICE Collective, Naomi Shalom, Frasier Banks and Joseph, this EP is a sonic journey, built entirely upon the students' youthful drive and passion for creating, recording and promoting new music.
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