In the run up to the release of her upcoming album The Alter; Banks has announced an exciting UK date in Spring of 2017. The bona fide star is amongst the leading lights in this new generation of forward thinking artists and shines the way for the future of music. The singing sensation blends R&B and Hip Hop with an electronic pop sound to create something urgent and necessary.
She plays a special headline show at illustrious Manchester venue Albert Hall on Friday 10th of March, 2017. Banks tickets are on sale now so book yours today!
Jillian Rose Banks began writing music when aged only 15. Teaching herself how to play piano, she moved on to the keyboard after receiving one as a present to ease the pain of her parent’s divorce. Feeling helpless and afraid, she learnt how to convey emotion through music.
Whilst studying psychology at University of Southern California she began pursuing a career in music. Tapping up her contacts in the industry, including DJ Yung Skeeter, she was soon enjoying label interest. After posting the track Before I Ever Met You on to her Soundcloud page she was played by Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1 spreading her name before the release of her debut EP Fall Over followed by second EP London and resulted in a nomination for the BBC Sound Of 2013 and Brand New Nominee through MTV.
Her debut album Goddess hit the Top 20 in the UK and several other countries including USA where it debuted at #12 on the Billboard 200, selling 250,000 copies in the first week alone. Bolstered by the singles Brain, Goddess, Drowning and Begging For a Thread, the album has become a modern classic.
Banks upcoming album is entitled The Alter and will be released at the end of September, 2016.
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