CARA HAMMOND is an indie pop, singer-songwriter artist,  from North Wales, now based in London. Her music is described as soulful-pop with influence from some of her favorite artists: Amy Winehouse, Lianne La Havas, and Paolo Nutini.

In 2019 Cara released a series of singles, including her latest  Such A Mess, which has been added to the BBC Introducing Hotlist.  


Summer 2019 was  an incredible time for Cara. Alongside regularly performing in London, she played mesmerising sets at several UK festivals including Boomtown, Pennfest, and How The Lights Gets In. Other highlights of her live performances include playing at Love Supreme, opening for Mahalia and Charlotte Church, and appearing on a BBC Introducing showcase. Now she takes to the Keith Bennett stage for LF22.



DOMI is an international electro-pop band. Their music, performance and lyrics have a fresh combination of Norwegian pop and British electronica and powerfully raw vocals.  Not afraid to experiment with new sounds, adding a new edge to pop that has to be danced to.


They recently released their first single ‘Let Me Follow’ with a music video hitting over 60k on YouTube, over 26k listens on Spotify and became #9 in the ‘New Music Charts’ in Czech.

They have also featured on BBC Radio Leeds and BBC Introducing West Yorkshire, performed at Liverpool Sound City Festival 2019 and headlined at The Wardrobe Leeds in collaboration with MAP charity. They recently released their second single ‘Wouldn’t That Be Nice’, topping their debut single with a #3 placement in the Czech ‘New Music Charts’.

DAISY CHUTE is Edinburgh-born, half-American and a folk songstress and multi-instrumentalist with a particular penchant for the banjo. Formerly of Decca’s platinum-selling classical group All Angels, she is excited to be working on her début album of original songs with producer and songwriter Tim Baxter.


DAISY is regular in the London music scene and an award-winning singer and songwriter having just been awarded first place in the Coffee Music Project singer-songwriter competition.  Mentored by rock royalty Sir Ray Davies, and featured as a vocalist on Radiohead's latest album A Moon Shaped Pool, she even got the thumbs up from Sir Paul McCartney after a performance at the Royal Albert Hall. 


One of Paul Sexton's 'top music tips' for 2018, Daisy's music has been compared to Simon and Garfunkel and Joni Mitchell (BBC Radio Kent) with her voice has being described as “Exquisitely delicious"

THE RESETS are a four piece band from Odiham who met at Robert Mays School and are already beginning to make a name for themselves in the new music scene. Joe (bass and vocals), Ryan (lead guitar) Oscar (rythmn guitar, keyboard and vocals) and Lawrence (drums), are all pasionate about their music, citing influences from The Beatles to Guns and Roses and The Killers through to Arctic Monkeys. 


Their set includes classics covers, mixed with their own new tracks, creating a perfect blend of indie and rock that will get any party pumping. Don't miss this fab new band live on the Keith Bennett Stage.

LAUREN ARCHER working away under the radar since 2015 crafting her upcoming debut release with some of the UK’s most in-demand producers. Lauren claims influences from London Grammar, Jessie Ware and NAO and her first feature was supported by both MistaJam and DJ Target of BBC Radio1Xtra.


Fast-forward to today and her collaboration with liquid duo Polo & Bryson is clocking up big streaming numbers on digital platforms, her irresistible vocal and heart-felt lyrics flowing across the track. 

LUKE WHITE is a talented young singer-songwriter from Befordshire, who has been recording music over the last two years and now has 3 singles out.


You can hear the strong influence of John Mayer, Damier Rice and James Blunt in his new works. 

AMIE Amie is a 19 year old solo artist from Bedfordshire. He started off as an acoustic artist but in the last year has been working to expand his artistic expression to something much more contemporary.


With a mix of pop, hip/hop and alternative RnB Amie draws influence from artists such as Khalid, Jeremy Zucker, Lauv etc. whilst maintaining a strong sense of identity within his own music. Amie doesn't know where a future in music may take him, but we know he will be on the Keith Bennett Stage on 11th July 2020.

Over the coming weeks we will be announcing more great musicians playing the KEITH BENNETT STAGE. One of the key founding principles of THE LOWDE MUSIC TRUST, which we shared with the late Keith Bennett, was the importance of supporting new creative talent. Stay tuned for more information on the line up both here and on facebook.

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