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Women Make Music: Keto

Women Make Music: Keto

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Recording + Marketing for Keto’s second EP

Keto: the hypnotic, lovelorn orchestration of songwriter Leah Sanderson, harks back to the earlier work of Drag City artists’ Will Oldham, Bill Callahan and Josephine Foster, whilst offering a fresh and quintessentially English take on millennial folk. PRS Foundation are supporting the recording and marketing of Keto’s second EP which will coincide with live dates including October 19th at Servant Jazz Quarters, London. This EP will further showcase Keto’s haunting vocal and writing with traditional folk instruments. Keto’s music has taken her to Paris and Glastonbury Festival and this year Keto makes her live debut in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Keto released the debut EP What We Do in May 2016, finding fans in BBC 6Music, Amazing Radio and BBC Introducing. Keto has played a number of live shows this time including Glastonbury Festival twice last year on the Croissant Neuf stage, and supporting the likes of Aldous Harding, Lower Dens, Cattle and Cane, Black Honey, Teleman, Eaves, Tom Brosseau and Bob Mould.

In February this year Keto supported Julia Jacklin on a full UK Sold Out tour and released a new single Superstar. The single was reviewed favorably by Gold Flake Paint [Led by that fascinating lead vocal] with radio play from BBC Introducing [“Instils this brilliant sense of tranquillity…stunning. ] . With no signs of slowing down Keto’s second EP will be released in October.

“There’s plenty to be excited about.” – Drowned in Sound

“Sanderson’s voice is something truly unique, being both powerful and eccentric.” – Music For Lunch

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