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Cocabelle / Press

““The funny thing being those pictures never looked out of place once. Even when Millie Dollar and Cocabelle strutted into the mix it seemed oh so natural that Dollar should whirl around a few tassels and Cocabelle should belt out tunes that had all the attitude of rock and roll with soulful bluesy undertones. With a slight reminder that we were, in actual fact, in the 21st century, her rendition of Emeli Sandé's ‘Heaven’ echoed hauntingly, and even though she was perched on a stool with a broken leg she still managed to move everybody. She followed with her own song Am I Falling? If anyone else was unsure, I know I certainly did. I fell for her bleached bombshell hairdo, Millie Dollar's seductive stance, for the electric fires, for the bongo drums in the corner, the red wine and the barman.””

Samantha Elmes - Review of The Art Show. Featured on Purple Revolver and Ten Minutes Hate.

““I feel there is a significant gap in the market for this band. They have a truly unique sound that is partly influenced by the sound of The Corrs and other 90s pop bands, but this is mixed with elements of musical theatre, folk and some indie thrown in for good measure. Their music is built around a sweet-natured essence of vulnerability that is magical and seductive in all the right ways.””

Anishka Sharma RaW - Unsigned Band Review

““A beautiful song that anyone can relate to, with its powerful vocals, complimentary guitar playing, prevailing underlying message and strong accompaniment in the chorus, it'll be stuck in your head for days.””

Laura Cockram Bailrigg FM - Unsigned Band Review

““An intricate but pleasant Chilli Peppers Under-The- Bridge folk soul guitar riff makes way for a Fleetwood Mac-esque chorus - and it bloody works.” ”

Pete Donaldson - Unsigned Band Review

““I introduce to you the seductively dulcet tones of Cocabelle. Runaway is a well written track, with pleasant harmonies and nice flowery yet modest acoustic guitar at the intro.””

Rob Dewis LS Radio - Unsigned Band Review