UK singer-songwriter Nikki Loy originally from Honiton, Devon (now based in Brighton) is a gallant girl who converted herself a campervan and traded home comforts for the life of a musician on the road.
She has performed everywhere from the high street to the legendary Ronnie Scott’s, and 100 Club in London. In a rollercoaster ride of new love, ever-changing views, and being the victim of a drive-by shooting, she is vlogging her experiences of touring as she goes in a new weekly YouTube series, Pivotal Moments.
Last year Nikki released her critically acclaimed album Pivotal, produced by George Shilling (Primal Scream/ Stornaway/Frank Turner), and bagged two main support slots for 42+ dates supporting Shane Filan and Sam Bailey up and down the country for their sold out UK tours.
Highlights of Nikki’s career also include co-writing for ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi for their T-Mobile ad campaign plus the award winning video for her previous release ‘Can I Keep You’ was featured on the big screen nationally as part of the BBC Music Video Festival.
Now Nikki is back with her third single from her album; ‘Tongue-Tied’ – A feisty and defiantly high energy pop tune remixed by Neros Music talks about standing up for who you are and showcases the importance of this in society’s current climate.
The single launch party gig will take place at Shoreditch Treehouse on 9th November. Tickets are available now from Eventbrite GET TICKETS
The single will be released on the 10th November, here is the pre order link:
Here is the latest video episode of Pivotal Moments featuring the single: