Described as La nina de el Sur, London based independent singer songwriter Surianne brings a new wave of acoustic Latin Flamenco Rock music, strongly influenced by the fusion of acoustic guitar sounds and driving percussive rhythms.
Following the hugely successful launch of her charity single ‘Stronger Than Before’ that enetered the iTunes UK Top 100 Latino songs at #56, she continues her work as an Ambassador for London based charity Hestia Housing & Support, voluntarily organising music workshops and events, raising as much funds and awareness for for Hestia’s Domestic Violence services, in specific for children and family projects.
Previously nominated for a Birmingham music award for best unplugged / unsigned act in the Midlands, Surianne is going from strength to strength, attracting a loyal fan base with her feisty rhythmical Latino sound and her eclectic band of musicians. Her music has taken her to perform at prestigious events such as for The Princes Trust, London International Music Show, The Beverley Folk Festival, Bolivar Hall and the Trade Union Congress in aid of International Woman’s Day 2012. In Oct 2012 she formed part of the line up for ‘A Future That Works’ rally in Hyde Park alongside Natalie McCool and the Dhol Blasters. This March and following the success of last years performance at the TUC ‘@surianne starts singing to set off TUC #IWD2013 with soul’ as tweeted by TUCGlobal.
Surianne is currently writing and preparing new material for her album, working alongside guitarist David Gonzalez and collaborating with artists such as emerging British Hip Hop talent Gak Jonze on song ‘Hay Que Vivir’.
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