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Sandi Thom to Play The Studio

Renowned singer-songwriter Sandi Thom is set to captivate audiences with her soulful melodies and powerful vocals at The Studio in Hartlepool on Saturday, April 20th.

Thom, known for her chart-topping hits such as "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)" and "What If I'm Right," is gearing up to deliver an unforgettable performance in Hartlepool as part of her highly anticipated tour.

With her unique blend of folk, rock, and blues, Sandi Thom has garnered international acclaim and a dedicated fan base. Her live performances are renowned for their raw emotion and authenticity, leaving audiences spellbound at every turn.

With over 70 million Spotify streams the Scottish singer’s popularity continues to grow organically. “I’m always so humbled at how my songs just seem to continue to connect with people” she says. One song in particular; November Rain, taken from Thom’s album of Acoustic Classic Rock covers just hit 13 million streams on you tube.

“I’ve always seen myself as something of a Rebel with a cause” Thom says.

And most certainly this next body of work reflects that perfectly.

“I went back to my roots, I wanted to use my voice as a powerful instrument, taking the production style of my Punk rocker era but giving it a completely different edge. So, when I came to record ‘Silence’ I knew It had to be just voices and nothing more! I wanted the message of the song, one of Hope after struggle and conflict to be carried by my voice alone and I think the track has turned out to be magical!”

Silence, the first track to be released from the Ep ‘Warpaint’ is Thom’s first release since 2017 combining tradition with modern effect. The song speaks a message that is so relevant to many people, one of Hope after struggle or conflict, and is particularly poignant at this time of year, especially with what is unfolding in the world right now.

“I’ve always felt my role in this world is to write and record songs that can lift people out of dark places, or even more so dark times, I really feel Silence is one of those songs”.


Tickets are £15 and available from Here 

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