Olivia Booth creates mesmerising indie pop

Are you looking to get behind a new indie pop artist with sensational production, fiery choruses and stunning vocals? Manchester’s Olivia Booth is your answer. 

Releasing her new single ‘Wasted’, the rising star instantly captures your attention with dynamic instrumentals and a voice that stops you dead in your tracks. 

‘Wasted’ emerges as a powerful anthem for the Gen Z and Alpha’s. Booth’s lyrics overflow with a call to action, encouraging listeners to grasp the moment and leave their imprint on the world. This message arrives as a timely necessity, resonating with an undeniable sincerity that demands attention.

Behind the young singer-songwriter is band members Emma Greaney (acoustic guitar), Ed Whittaker White (electric guitar), Kian Mulenga (drums) and Josh Owens (bass) who each bring their own skills to the table. 

Olivia Booth met her band mates whilst studying at BIMM Brighton, aged 16. After successful gigs at a number of high profile venues such as Patterns, Komedia and The Old Market, the Brighton boys followed Olivia back to Manchester where they now all go to BIMM Manchester for Uni.

Big venues in Brighton, also headlining at The Deaf Institute, Manchester at end of March. Radio Play on BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, Absolute Radio and local radio stations for previous single ‘Satisfied’

Olivia and Ed recently supported Chris Helme (formerly of The Seahorses) for an acoustic session and the band have a number of smaller festivals and events lined up for the Summer including performing for 3000 Scouts and Guides from across the world at an International gathering in July!

Recorded at Allo Sound Studios, Cheshire, by producer Jonothan Tringham, ‘Wasted’ is a fantastic indie pop anthem that firmly puts the name Olivia Booth on the map. Have a listen below! 

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