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"Remember the name, because she creates some beautiful pop music"
-BBC Radio 6 Music

Tilly Valentine
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"One of the most tipped voices in the UK"
- House of Solo

Hailed for “truly developing her own sound" (Wonderland), rising independent artist Tilly Valentine has a string of triumphant self-releases and eagerly awaited new tracks.

The Oxfordshire-born artist made the move to London when she was aged 16 to enrol in the esteemed BRIT School. Adjusting to her new life away from her loved ones, she reached out to producers over SoundCloud and collaborated from across the globe. Her early journey also involved performing backing vocals for Mimi Webb, Grace Davies, Rod Stewart and Sam Smith at Wembley Arena, alongside working on projects with DJ Fresh, Lewis Watson and iiola (formerly Shannon Saunders).

Since then, Valentine’s “beautiful pop music” (BBC Radio 6 Music) has made waves while garnering millions of streams and soothing the ears of tastemakers across BBC Radio 1, BBC 1Xtra, BBC 6 Music, The Hot List, Jazz FM, The BBC Introducing Mixtape and most recently BBC Radio 1’s Tip of the Week.

“Distinctly British and refreshing” (Glastonbury), Valentine’s diverse soundscape drifts between mellow and soulful works to playful pop tracks. Valentine’s collaboration with edbl on their multimillion streamed love song, ‘Table for Two’, paved the way for her debut compilation album release on CD and vinyl across Japan. Valentine is currently writing with the likes of edbl, Conor Albert, Jackson Mathod, MADELEINE, Jack Vallier, INK (Glastonbury's Emerging Artist Marie White + Emmie), and more.

The soulful artist is no stranger to the stage, having performed at O2 Academy in Oxford, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and Jazz Cafe, with tour slots alongside Submotion Orchestra, Hollie Cook, Billy Lockett, Skinny Living and VC Pines. Recent festival appearances include Truck Festival, Cross The Tracks, 110 Above and a longlist nomination for Glastonbury 2024.

Walking a tightrope between new discovery and mass appeal, Nightshift Magazine describes Tilly Valentine as “ready for the big, wide world of pop and what a treat it is for all those that like to rest upon its shores”.



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My single 'Statue', was played on BBC RADIO 1 and chosen as BBC Radio 1's Tip of the Week.

A real pinch me moment!


My very first compilation album, Body Language, is out in Japan - Digital, CD and my first ever VINYL!

The album is titled to express my gratitude for the incredible support Japan have shown me over the years, as well as through their dancing; communicating without words. Japan has embraced my music in such a special way. We've sold out on Amazon!


I supported VC Pines in Oxford!

I watched his set at Glastonbury last year, so to have opened the first night of his MRI tour in my hometown was very special.


I’ve been longlisted for the chance to perform at GLASTONBURY !!!

The fact that my name and Glastonbury are even in the same sentence is enough to blow my mind 🤯

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