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- 17/11/2021Find ticketsYES - Manchester Jodie Nicholson Nov 17 19:00 On partner siteWednesday 19:00YES - ManchesterJodie NicholsonOn partner site
- 03/02/2022Find ticketsOporto - Leeds Jodie Nicholson Feb 03 2022 19:30 On partner siteThursday 19:30Oporto - LeedsJodie NicholsonOn partner site
- 04/02/2022Find ticketsManchester Gullivers - Manchester Jodie Nicholson Feb 04 2022 19:30 On partner siteFriday 19:30Manchester Gullivers - ManchesterJodie NicholsonOn partner site
- 05/02/2022Saturday 19:30The Georgian Theatre, Stockton-on-Tees - Stockton-on-TeesJodie NicholsonOn partner siteFind ticketsThe Georgian Theatre, Stockton-on-Tees - Stockton-on-Tees Jodie Nicholson Feb 05 2022 19:30Find ticketsThe Georgian Theatre, Stockton-on-Tees - Stockton-on-Tees Jodie Nicholson Feb 05 2022 19:30 On partner siteOn partner site
- 02/02/2022Find ticketsLondon Omeara - London Jodie Nicholson Feb 02 2022 19:30Wednesday 19:30London Omeara - LondonJodie Nicholson
- 12/02/2022Saturday 19:30Cluny 2 - Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2PQJodie NicholsonOn partner siteFind ticketsCluny 2 - Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2PQ Jodie Nicholson Feb 12 2022 19:30Find ticketsCluny 2 - Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2PQ Jodie Nicholson Feb 12 2022 19:30 On partner siteOn partner site
Hugely promising British electronic folk/pop singer
Jodie Nicholson first properly grabbed hold of listeners with her self-produced debut album Golden Hour in 2019. Extensive radio play across BBC Radio 6 Music, Radio 1, BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and Mahogany followed, but it was a sudden sonic shift with the track Move in 2020 that showed her true potential.
Working with producer Tim Bran (Rae Morris, London Grammar, Aurora), Move married Nicholson's honest and vulnerable vocal performances to an engagingly mellow club track, a distinct break away from the acoustic sound of her debut.
That commitment to challenging her own song-writing instincts stems from both contemporary influences (Daughter, Warpaint, Lucy Rose) and the music around that surrounded Nicholson in her childhood. Born in a small village on the outskirts of Darlington in the North East of England, she was inspired by her mother's love of '70s pop and her father’s prog-rock collection, in particular how artists explored diverse genres of music across subsequent records.
Nicholson followed Move with the Can’t Escape The Feeling EP in August 2021, again produced by Tim Bran. A performance at Wilderness in 2021 preceded support slots for the likes of Nathan Ball and Nerina Pallot. Nicholson confirmed her first headline tour for 2022, kicking off on 2 February 2022 at Omeara in London.