Lydia Maddix is a refreshing, indie / comedy pop star on the rise; hailed as ‘hilarious and original’ by BBC Radio 1.
The London/Bedfordshire based artist has already gained support from the likes of BBC Radio Manchester and ITV as well as comedian Sally Phillips, singer-songwriter KT Tunstall, TV Stars Sam & Billie Faiers and actor Donald Waugh (Bugsy Malone, Grange Hill).
Maddix’s dating anthem Too Cliché hit the BBC Three Counties Radio airwaves on Valentine’s Day after Ed Adoo dubbed her the ‘princess of pop’. In March 2019, she returned to BBC Introducing for a live session on Danny & Jaguar’s show, performing ‘Too cliché’, ‘Break Up Song’ and ‘Tempt Fate’.
Her first UK tour kicked off April 2019 at O2 Academy Islington and concluded at Standon Calling Festival where she was hand-picked to represent the BBC Introducing stage, supporting the likes of Kate Nash, Mahalia, Lewis Capaldi, Rag’n’Bone Man and Wolf Alice. She also performed with KT Tunstall at British Summertime Festival for her comedy cooking project, ‘KT’s Kitchen’, creating its visuals too.
’93 EP has been well-received since its release with Edward Adoo of BBC 3CR adding ‘look out for Lydia Maddix, she’s doing great things embracing pop music in a magical and dynamic way’.