Bella on The Road, with Tamzene & Liimo on Sunday 26th May 2019
BELLADRUM FESTIVAL HEADS OUT ON THE ROAD THIS MAY
Scotland's largest family music festival BELLADRUM TARTAN HEART FESTIVAL has added a new string to its bow with the launch of the first 'Belladrum on the Road' tour. The inaugural tour will feature two of the UK's most exciting emerging acts, Edinburgh/London pop trio LIIMO and the Highland's own soul pop artist TAMZENE.
LIIMO (an abbreviation of little more) dropped their debut single the intoxicating ‘Pineapple Radio’ in December 2018 to critical acclaim and their follow up ‘Get Weird’ released earlier this month is another killer track. While being only the second release from Liimo, they have already managed to firmly define their sound and prove that authenticity isn't just a buzzword. As the band puts it, 'there needs to be a whole vibe and belief in what you're doing, but that spans more than music, it's about the aesthetic, how you act, what you say, everything.'
TAMZENE is a singer, writer and multi-instrumentalist from the coastal town of Cromarty in the Scottish Highlands. She burst onto the scene in 2017 with her stunning debut, ‘Lullaby’, a track which garnered airplay across a range of radio networks and picked up support from a host of national and international media channels. Her latest single released in December of 2018, ‘Last Song’ featured on 8 Spotify curated playlists including the influential New Music Friday in the UK, USA and Sweden. 2019 will see Tamzene showcase brand new music with a bolder soulful pop edge at festivals up and down the country.
‘We are looking forward to our very first Belladrum on the Road tour and what better way to launch this than with our very own Tamzene alongside another incredible brand-new buzz act Liimo’ Joe Gibbs Belladrum Festival
Music Genres: Acoustic, Alternative, Blues, Electronic, Pop
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