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This young Irish artist stormed Jools Holland last night - here's everything you need to know

The 18 year old from Derry will release her debut album this summer.

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SOAK, ABOVE, IS an 18 year old singer from Derry that made an appearance on BBC’s Later with Jools Holland last night – and got everyone talking.

Her real name is Bridie Monds-Watson, and has been up and coming on the Derry music scene for years, despite her age.

She first came to prominence with last year’s single Blud

Source: SoakOfficial/YouTube

Her debut album ‘Before We Forgot How To Dream’ is out this summer on Rough Trade Records – and it’s already getting talked about as one of the break out albums of the summer.

She has been tipped for the top for some time

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SOAK was featured on The Guardian’s ‘One to watch’ feature as far back as 2013 – and has had glowing coverage in The Telegraph and Paste Magazine.

Her style has been described as having a “raspy, vulnerable voice” with a folk edge.

Her appearance on Jools Holland last night brought her admiring comments

And here you can watch her perform her song Sea Creatures

Source: BBC/YouTube

A full list of where SOAK will be playing can be found on her website here.

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