About Danielle Lewis
Danielle Lewis is a highly distinctive singer/songwriter hailing from Ceredigion in West Wales. Her emergence on the global stage has solidified her rightful claim as an ambassador of distinctive, traditional Welsh roots and contemporary folk.
Since 2013, Danielle has released three bilingual EPs and performed her songs across a broad series of festivals, radio shows and TV appearances. From The Great Escape, Truck Festival, Festival No 6 to a storming Maida Vale live session, and material broadcasted on 6 Music, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru. Danielle has also performed or featured on Welsh language TV shows Heno and Noson Llawen as well as regular airings on S4C and BBC Two.
In February 2018, Danielle was invited to showcase at the Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City representing Wales on the British Underground and The House of Songs showcase stages.
Since then, Danielle has released her latest EP ‘Live Forever’ (July 6th) on CD in all independent/major record stores and digitally worldwide followed by a digital Welsh language EP ‘Yn Gymraeg’ (Sept 7th).
She recently collaborated with Cian Ciaran from the Super Furry Animals on a remix of the EP title track ‘Live Forever’ out now.
‘Everything she puts her name against is driven by an appetite to accept the exceptional.‘ – Clash Magazine
‘Danielle’s unique music does something very rare in the singer songwriter world‘ – Bethan Elfyn, BBC Radio Wales
‘Bridging two languages with one voice.’ – Ian McMillan, BBC Radio 3