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  • Writer's pictureAmi Row

New Music: Tilda Allie returns with 'Say No', an electric ode to letting go of past trauma

Tilda Allie is a Swedish music producer, vocalist and visual artist based in South East London. Tilda explores alternative soundscapes mixed with electronic pop, soul, jazz, and cinematic music. Tilda combines thought-provoking visuals and dark, but soulful melodies to captivate the audience´s senses. Tilda's Infectious stage energy and emotional performances mirror the powerful vulnerability in her voice. Tilda’s work has been previewed in Discovernu Mag, POP Matters, Dummy Mag, Worldplay Mag, Spindle Mag, Swedish GAFFA and picked as "Artist of the week" by BBC introducing, her voice and songwriting have been featured on Channel 4 and Sky TV. Tilda has supported acts such as Haiku Hands, Toby Corton, Lava La Rue, SK Shlomo, and Normanton Street and played iconic venues such as Ronnie Scott’s jazz club

With over 26k views on her first single ”Time Frame,” Tilda has built a strong following in London and Brighton. With her exciting self-produced EP “IKIGAI” debuting with a launch party at the legendary Hootannanys on 9.11.22, things are looking bright, and with the 2nd single "Say No" released on 21.10.22. The 2nd track of the record goes from melancholic to enlightening & has been described as a mix between Kae Tempest & FKA Twigs. This beat-heavy electronic track challenges the sonic landscape & puts Tilda in a field of her own. The genera fluid song by the self-made music producer is about finding your authentic self, it mirrors the frustration that anxiety brings out when we don’t love ourselves, constantly saying no to who we are. Speaking about the release, she said, “When writing the song I was letting go of a lot of past trauma. A lot of the vocal sections are improvised on the spot and it came as a shock to me too when I suddenly was screaming out all those words I found from a poem I had written that same day. The time between 2020-2021 was not easy and it forced me to really look within,I learned a lot during this time and wrote a ton of music coming out of it.”



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