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Darla Jade

Having recorded a live session at Maida Vale for BBC Introducing, performed a headline show at The Waiting Room & having her music being played on Love Island and The Only Way Is Essex, 2023 was proven to be Darla Jade’s biggest year in music yet. Her single ‘Backseat Driver’ was also championed across BBC Radio 1’s Future Pop with Mollie King, as well as Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday UK’, ‘New Pop Revolution’ and ‘Fresh Finds Pop’ playlists. In 2024, Darla still refuses to take her foot off the pedal, already releasing her new single ‘Dirty Laundry’, which has already received support on BBC Radio 1, Spotify ‘New Music Friday UK’ and ‘New Pop Uk’ & ‘Alt/pop’ playlists, as well as supporting Dizzee Rascal at The Victoria Hall (Stoke On Trent), Adam French at The Social (London) and performed as part of ‘Camden Cox & Friends’ event at The Hackney Social (London).
2022 was also an exceptional year for the upcoming electro-pop artist, Darla Jade. BBC Radio 1 championed her single ‘Stories On The TV’, naming it BBC Introducing Track Of The Week and then she went on to release her sophomore EP ‘Only The Paranoid Survive’. Other highlights include performing as part of Independent Venue Week, Live Nation’s In Source showcase, the Night & Day Cafe as part of the BBC Introducing Manchester takeover & 110 Above Festival. Darla also supported The Ninth Wave (Oslo, London), RØRY (SOLD-OUT, Camden Assembly) and Lucy Spraggan, as well as featuring on tracks with BLOND:ISH, Nico De Andrea, Francis Mercier and Like Mike to name a few. Darla also won the Amazon ‘Breakthrough Booth’ competition at The Great Escape 2022 and recorded live versions of her singles at Metropolis Studios at the start of 2023.
Support for her sophomore EP ‘Only The Paranoid Survive,’ included CLASH, Wonderland, M Magazine (PRS for Music), Metal Magazine, Dork, BBC Introducing Stoke and BBC Radio 1’s Future Pop with Mollie King to name a few. Spotify also continued their support, with her singles featuring in New Music Friday UK, Life Sucks, New Pop UK & Created By Women. The EP has already amassed over half a million streams on the platform.
National radio support to date includes BBC Radio 1’s Sian Eleri, Best New Pop, Future Pop, Gemma Bradley, Matt & Mollie, Rickie Melvin & Charlie, Scott Mills, Greg James, Adele Roberts, Arielle Free, Dean & Vicky, Pete Tong, Jeremiah Asiamah BBC Radio 2’s Rylan and Friday Night with H on BBC Radio Wales. Darla also spent over 12 weeks on the Capital Dance playlist for her co-write and feature on track Colours by Crvvcks. The single was also added to the KISS (UK) playlist.
Headline shows to date include – Servant Jazz Quarters (London, SOLD-OUT), The Waiting Room (London), The Sunflower Lounge (Birmingham), The Sugar Mill (Stoke) & The Underground (Stoke). The electropop artist also headlined Your City Festival (Stoke) in May 2023 and 2021.
Support shows include, Girli, Ashnikko, Adam French, Lucy Spraggan, The Ninth Wave, RØRY, Conrad, Lleo and Sabrina Kennedy to name a few.
Other artists are taking notice of Darla’s writing style, and in addition to working on her own material, she is writing for others too, gaining cuts with artists such as Kaskade (On My Way), Gorgon City (Burning), Leftwing: Kody (Deeper), Ferry Corsten & Tom Staar (Glow), Blond:ISH & Nico De Andrea (Hold Tight) and CRVVCKS (Colours) to name a few.

 

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