Daisy Chute is an American-Scottish folk singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her musical roots are born out of her transatlantic heritage and she writes award-winning intelligent songs with stories, performing them with spine-tingling vocals & intricate instrumentation.
Following the release of her critically-acclaimed EPs ‘Songs of Solace’ (Nov 2021) and ‘Cradle Songs’ (Jan 2022), Daisy toured in Spring 2022 with sell-out shows in England, including arts venues Kings Place (London), The Met (Bury) and Bear Club (Luton). Over the summer, Daisy will bring out the first singles from her upcoming album and play some of Britain’s best folk and roots festivals including Ramblin’ Roots, Bristol Folk, Cambridge Folk and Glastonbury festivals. Her first single off her album is entitled ‘Lion Eyes’ is now out alongside music video filmed in Poland/Iceland. Watch here.
Daisy’s original work has had features on BBC Radio London/Bristol/Kent/Coventry/Surrey/Sussex, BBC Scotland, BBC Ulster, C4, BBC 1, 2 and 3, Sky, ITV, CNN, Bob Harris’ Under The Apple Tree series, London Live and globally across 900+ Caffe Nero and Tesco playlists.
Daisy’s songs have been further recognised in competitions, coming first in the Kawai-sponsored RootsTech international songwriting competition with her song ‘Music Is There’ and in the Coffee Music Project singer-songwriter competition with her song ‘London’s on Fire’. Most recently she won the Lowden Guitar ‘Take The Stage’ competition which led to a performance for UK National Day at the Dubai Expo and a sponsorship from Lowden Guitars. Recent awards include the International Songwriting Award for Female Songwriter of the Year and Drake Yolanda Award.
“Subtle and sparing acoustics ensure that her voice soars and shines throughout” – Folk Radio
“Music is There is a quiet anthem for music lovers” – Andrew Frolish (Americana UK)
“Something exceptional from Daisy Chute… a must for lovers of Scottish poetry” – Iain Anderson (BBC Radio Scotland)
“A voice like the first rays of sunlight through a Paris window, it’s pure and bright and warming… Everything that she touches oozes class” – Gavin McNamara (Bristol 24/7)
“That really was fantastic. Just wonderful” – Sunny and Shay (BBC Radio London)
“Gorgeous Voice” – Guy Garvey (Elbow, BBC Radio 2)