Tiffany Britchford is a talented alternative rock singer-songwriter from Sydney, Australia, who plays keys, guitar and flute. 2014 has been a very successful year so far for Tiffany. With her live band, Tiffany played Sydney BIG DAY OUT in January after winning the headspace BIG DAY OUT competition as Triple M radio’s pick, just one week after releasing her new EP, Things You Didn’t Say. The competition generated a lot of exposure and Tiffany was featured in Australia’s premier street press publication, The Music, with a full-page photo shoot and Q&A on the cover of the gig guide.
This year, Tiffany and her band have supported Stonefield, The Delta Riggs and Canadian rockers, Grimskunk, gaining them many new fans. The group also travelled to Queensland in April to play two sets at Easterfest, a 3-day festival headlined by Evermore, New Empire and The Almost. Tiffany was featured on Easterfest TV during the festival, with an interview and acoustic performance live-streamed on YouTube. Tiffany’s music has been played on FBi Radio (Sydney’s biggest community radio station) and just last month, on UK community radio.
Tiffany Britchford has a growing profile and rapidly expanding fanbase, having earnt a reputation for quality songwriting and excellent live performance. This success builds on the foundation of Tiffany’s debut 2012 EP, On The Horizon, a music video for the title track and extensive live performance around Sydney over the last 2 years. The new Things You Didn’t Say EP, backs all this up, garnering fantastic responses from audiences and demonstrating Tiffany’s evolution as an artist.
The future looks bright, with music videos currently in production and new songs being crafted all the time. Tiffany Britchford and her live band bring a unique and powerful sound, combining rock, pop-punk and alternative roots with influences from classical, to electronic, to metal and indie. With soaring lead vocals, enchanting melodies, catchy hooks and lyrics with meaning, its no wonder Tiffany Britchford is catching attention.