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Growing up with classic crooners like Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Roy Orbison as well as punk bands like The Clash on her parents’ stereo, West Londoner Scarlet started writing her own songs when she was 14. By her early teens, a powerhouse voice, which has led to comparisons with Adele, Amy Winehouse and Florence Welch, emerged. “Celine Dion was an influence growing up. I loved big voices and luckily I got one,” she says.
Her performance at Live at Leeds 2017 follows the release of her EP 'Infinitely' in March.