BIMM Institute Manchester graduate Phoebe Green creates darkly witty and very danceable indie rock tunes about the cringe-worthy and often cold behaviour at play in contemporary relationships.
Her 2016 album, the self-released 02:00AM, gained millions of streams and quickly caught the attention of Green’s now label, Chess Club Records, who released I Can’t Cry For You, a four-track EP.
Phoebe played the 25th instalment of Truck Festival, supporting the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, Sam Fender and Kasabian.
Now, Phoebe boasts an impressive 172,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, with her latest EP, Just A Game, cementing Phoebe as an artist destined for greatness.
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