Daisy Chute is a folk-americana songstress, banjo-wielding multi-instrumentalist and hyphen-loving Londoner, possessing a “Gorgeous Voice” (Guy Garvey, Elbow). Daisy’s musical roots are born out of her transatlantic Scottish/American heritage and she has been compared to artists like Joni Mitchell, Simon & Garfunkel and Eva Cassidy (BBC Radio). Daisy writes intelligent songs with stories, and performs them with spine-tingling vocals, rich harmonies and intricate instrumentation.

Represented by Talentbanq Agency and mentored by Sir Ray Davies, Daisy is an award-winning artist coming first in the Coffee Music Project singer-songwriter competition with her song ‘London’s on Fire’ which can be heard in over 900 Caffe Nero stores around the world. Last year saw an unprecedented year of over 130 performances across the UK and US with highlights including débuts at Glastonbury Festival, Union Chapel and Sage Gateshead and in Danny Boyle/Richard Curtis’ feature film ‘Yesterday’. These days you can find Daisy live streaming online for her regular Sunday shows at 6pm BST on her Facebook and YouTube pages (@daisychuteofficial).

When she’s not busy songwriting, recording or performing in festivals/grassroots venues, Daisy offers her dulcet tones to countless soundtracks for films, TV shows and games and for bands like Radiohead and Two Door Cinema Club. Formerly of Universal’s Platinum-selling classical quartet All Angels, Daisy loves collaboration and is the co-founder of HEARD Collective – an artist collective who promote and support women in music, and the co-writer of COVEN – a folk/rock gig theatre show about witches.

“Beautiful, exquisite melodies, insightful lyrics and a wealth of wonderful musicality makes Daisy an artist that is destined for great things..”

Tony Moore (Soho Radio, The Bedford)