Posted in Press Releases on 26 January 2015
Keto is the name given to the new project of Leah Sinead. As a solo artist Sinead has built a reputation playing shows in her hometown of Nottingham, including performing alongside Stu Larson, JP Cooper and Mick Flannery. More recently she joined Sun Kil Moon on stage for a duet of I Got You Babe, with Moon describing Sinead's performance as "beautiful". She has also found fans in fellow contemporary artists such as Shelter Point who have remixed the track Otherside (available mid-February), while BBC Introducing Nottingham recently gave Change its first radio spin.
Newly signed to Nottingham taste-maker label Denizen Recordings (home of - among others - Kagoule), Keto releases debut digital single Change b/w Otherside on 23rd February.
26th February - The Elgin, London
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