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Brooke Combe to support Miles Kane in Liverpool

Soulful Edinburgh-born newcomer Brooke Combe unveils her brand new single and video ‘Miss Me Now’ on Island Records, ahead of visit to Liverpool.

The 21 year old – now based in East and Midlothian – enjoyed a remarkable breakthrough year in 2021, which culminated in winning the Breakthrough Female prize at the Scottish Music Awards. Combe’s 2022 kicked off in similarly scintillating fashion with her debut single ‘Are You With Me?’ topping the Official Vinyl Singles chart upon its release on 7”. 

The rising soul star has been adopted by indie royalty such as The Courteeners and The Snuts, who Combe supported last year; now she joins a clutch of hotly-tipped female artists making waves on the live circuit like Wet Leg in announcing a run of UK festivals – including Liverpool Sound City, Warrington’s Neighbourhood Weekender and a slot at Glasgow’s TRNSMT. Brooke Combe has also announced further support slots with The Coral and Miles Kane.

‘Miss Me Now’ is another stellar offering from the performer and multi-instrumentalist (Combe is proficient on no less than six instruments and initially recorded the bass part on the new single acoustically in her bedroom), with swaggering rhythms, captivating hooks and signature smoky vocals coming to the fore.

Explaining the meaning behind the song, which easily resonates with youth culture and the buzz of the weekend, Combe says:

“I wrote ‘Miss Me Now’ after seeing an old flame when I was on a night out and thinking it was a good idea to leave the club with them. It’s never a good idea… but it makes for a good tune.” 

Now, with ‘Miss Me Now, her stunning fourth statement out in the world, Brooke Combe has confirmed herself as a genuine artist to watch in 2022 and provides another tantalising window into the world of a singularly talented and hugely exciting young artist.  

See Brooke Combe live in 2022:
30 Apr | Sound City, Liverpool
11 May | Concorde 2, Brighton#
12 May | Engine Rooms, Southampton#
13 May | Rock City, Nottingham#
14 May | O2 Academy, Liverpool#
16 May | o2 Academy, Bristol#
17 May | Roadmender, Northampton#
19 May | Newcastle University#
20 May | O2 Academy, Glasgow#
21 May | Parr Hall, Warrington#
23 May | Tramshed, Cardiff#
24 May | O2 Institute, Birmingham#
25 May | Albert Hall, Manchester#
27 May | Leadmill, Sheffield#
28 May | Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington
29 May | O2 Academy, Leeds#
31 May | Roundhouse, London#
8 Jul | TRNSMT, Glasgow
21 Jul | Truck Festival, Abingdon
22 Jul | Tramlines, Sheffield
29 Jul | Deer Shed Festival, North Yorkshire
30 Jul | Kendal Calling, Cumbria
31 Jul | Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
14 Aug | 110 Above Festival, Leicester

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