Josephine Sillars’ new single, ‘Vincent’ will be available for download on December 14th, and will also be performed at the world famous King Tuts Wah Wah Hut on December 17th, where Josephine will also be supporting emerging artist Rachelle Rhienne. The new single follows on from an extremely successful year for the young singer, whose debut EP ‘Ripped from the Wire’ was released as recently as March this year, and followed shortly by her first headline tour. Furthermore, 2015 has seen Josephine perform at several major events, including Belladrum Tartan Heart, XpoNorth, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival which has ensured that her profile and popularity are rapidly increasing. ‘Vincent’ was inspired by one of the art world’s most famous figures. “The song was written after I read that Van Gogh used to eat yellow paint to make his insides happy”, says Josephine. With her quirky voice and style, Josephine has been quickly gathering support and praise from a plethora of blogs and music pundits, and has also been compared with the iconic style of piano front-man Ben Folds. ‘Vincent’ was recorded at Chem19 in Glasgow and mastered by Nick Turner at Watercolour Studios. With regular appearances on national media programmes and invites to popular music venues, Josephine Sillars is clearly an artist worth watching in the near future.