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With her unique off-pop style being described as somewhere between Kate Bush and Lana Del Rey with a twist, Cecil promises to be a one to watch in 2018. You might have seen her at Jamie Oliver's Big Feastival, BBC's Carfest for Children In Need, Godiva Festival, The Royal Henley Regatta, o2 Academy, London and even Ronnie Scott's.
Cecil is an alternate indie pop artist, earning her stripes by recently opening at Henley Festival for legendary female artist, Grace Jones. Her unique off-pop style has been likened Kate Bush and Lana Del Rey with an indie twist. Her name is taken from her great uncle Cecil Mcgivern, who pioneered Radio & TV broadcasting in postwar Britain. Also scooping an Oscar nomination for a screenplay of the Dickens novel, "Great Expectations". He leaves an inspiring legacy which continues to influence Cecil’s work all these years on.
Cecil performed at Big Feastival on the same stage as Eroica favorite Norman Jay last year and spent some time with him getting tips on how to rock a crowd. He recommended to her that she would love to perform at Eroica Britannia where he had just performed for our amazing crowd.
Music is her first love, but cycling is a close second. She loves to ride around the leafy pathways of Hyde Park in London and would be joining the ride if she wasn't performing a secret Sunday set on the Woodland Stage. Cecil promises to be a one to watch in 2018 and someone you don’t want to miss a chance to see perform.