Rachel Croft is the real deal, a true alternative artist who’s taken the London scene by storm. Featured on BBC 2 prime time television and hailed by BBC Introducing as having a “truly exceptional” voice, Rachel blends the cinematic and soulful like no one else. Her powerful and versatile vocals can switch from fierce power to delicate softness, and her honest, self-penned songs have earned her an international fanbase that pack out venues and festivals across Europe.
Since moving to London in early 2022, Rachel has performed at legendary spots like the Troubadour and Half Moon in Putney, and her music has been synced on the BBC and featured in Spotify playlists like Melancolia Indie and Indielandia.
Her work has also been praised by major publications and played on radio stations around the world, from the UK and US to Australia and Europe.
Rachel’s debut EP “Reap What You Sow” was a powerhouse, according to New Noise Magazine, and her latest single “Hurricane” is a fusion of indie rock and bluesy Americana that showcases Rachel’s dark, rootsy swagger and thunder-and-lightning vocals. If you’re looking for a female-forward repertoire and a performer with a formidable stage presence, Rachel Croft is the one to see. Don’t miss out.