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Eloise Rees & The Giants / Press

"Eloise was hand-picked from hundreds of artists to join me in a special showcase for BBC Introducing at the Hard Rock Café in Nashville. It was a pleasure to have her perform, and then consequently broadcast, her lovely live performance on my BBC Radio 2 programmes."

Radio 2 DJ Bob Harris

“STOP THE CLOCKS! …. Emerging from Oxfordshire is Eloise Rees who describes her sound as “melodic folk with a twist of country”. She is a talented singer- songwriter who has an incredible voice for someone who is new to the industry. Eloise started playing music whilst she was 15, joining an all girl rock band before recently breaking off and becoming a solo artist…. and the result has paid off! Gaining inspiration from musical greats such as Bob Dylan and Neil Young it was clear to see that Eloise was aiming for nothing better than perfect with all the records that are released! 'After listening to tracks ‘Stop The Clocks’ &’ Fire With Fire’ it was clear that Oxfordshire has some hidden gems tucked away amongst it’s country surroundings!'”

Foxy Youth Promotions

“'No brainer. She's gonna be next year's Laura Marling or if she goes dubstep, she could be another E. Goulding, but whatever happens, you need to get in NOW to check out the shimmering, vivid, hypnotic music and vocals of the UK's very own Eloise Rees!!'”


“'YOU probably haven’t yet heard of Eloise Rees. To be fair, until a few weeks ago, nor had we. But this 22-year-old singer has a formidable talent and will be huge. Describing herself as “a small blonde singer-songwriter with a helium voice” the Wantage lass, pictured, has been a fixture on the local music scene since the age of 14, when she made her debut in an all-girl rock band. There is less rock there now, but still plenty of passion in her melodic country-folk. While citing the likes of Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, as well as more contemporary figures like Ben Howard and Lisse, as influences, her sound is all her own'”

Tim Huges - Oxford Mail