Little Shoes Big Voice are the latest BBC Introducing act to get a place on the Radio 1 Playlist for a week. Their track Nightfall has been selected for play on daytime shows including those of Fearne Cotton, Greg James and Scott Mills. Listen to Nightfall below and leave your thoughts on the track in our comments section.
Hometown: Little Shoes Big Voice are London duo Jack Durtnall and Emily Harvey. The pair first met on stage at London’s Bedroom Bar in where they played together in an impromptu soul jam band.
Style: With contemporary influences including Lianne Le Havas, London Grammar and Little Dragon, Little Shoes Big Voice produce charming acoustic electronic pop. Nightfall struts along to a fantastic beat with Harvey’s charismatic vocal perfectly supplemented by Durtnall’s simple but sophisticated production.
You need to know: You’ve probably heard a track by the duo already. Their cover of Little Things Mean A Lot has been getting plenty of attention after featuring in a TV commercial for AXA.
Supported by: BBC Introducing in London have been backing the duo since they uploaded the track to us at the end of 2013.
Find out more: Head to their official website for details of future releases, gig news and a cover of London Grammar’s Hey Now.