Tipping Point Records are pleased to announce the release of London artist Bryde’s EP2, including the huge rabble stomper ‘Honey’ and second single ‘Wouldn’t That Make You Feel Good?’ which channels an intimate woosy blues dynamic with an injection of towering guitar episode bearing the indelible stamp of Bill Ryder-Jones. Such dynamism shows Bryde pushing boundaries emphatically, exploring a grittiness now becoming synonymous with her songwriting.

Since setting out as Bryde, Sarah Howells has proven herself to be one of the most singular vocalists and songwriters in British indie rock. She’s a powerful projectionist with a tonal range that will likely see her drawing a few comparisons to her international axe-wielding peers Angel Olsen, Mitski and St Vincent. With additional overseas artists such as Whitney, Julia Jacklin and Big Thief enjoying a speedily growing audience, Bryde is without doubt a key UK based voice in this space as she continues to build momentum around an unmistakable offering.

Praise for the Welsh songwriter has been well-bestowed from outlets like Consequence of Sound, Sunday Times Culture, The Line Of Best Fit, Nylon, BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 1. EP2 was released on the 4th of November via Tipping Point Records and having recently played her biggest London headline show at The Courtyard (Shoreditch), Bryde now heads out on tour around the UK before opening for The Boxer Rebellion at Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 7th December.

EP2 is now available to purchase here

“Brixton-based singer-songwriter Bryde has a knack for skillfully honing in on an emotion, and she’s done exactly that with her new track ‘Honey’” – The Line Of Best Fit

“Feral guitar, torn-from-the-chest lyrics: Sarah Howells’s new track is sensational” – Sunday Times Culture

“The newcomer’s raw yet deeply personal style recalls early PJ Harvey, while her lyrical wit sits alongside Courtney Barnett” – Clash Magazine

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