Little Water are a London based alternative duo consisting of Connor Roff and Becky CJ. Bringing together a blend of genres - indie folk, pop and americana - their unique voices combine to deliver carefully crafted songs. Singer-songwriters in their own right, the collaboration was formed while singing together in London Contemporary Voices (LCV), one of the UK’s leading modern choirs.
Born in the UK, Connor Roff moved to the west coast of Canada at the age of eight. The budding musician moved back to London in 2014 and Vancouver’s urban centre and surrounding natural beauty continue to inspire his solo music. He has received praise and plays from CLASH music magazine, BBC Introducing London and Tom Robinson’s BBC Radio 6 Playlist.
Becky CJ is an independent singer-songwriter writing infectious pop songs. Raised in a musical household in London, she began her career as a YouTube sensation performing both original and cover songs on her channel that has over 1 million video views.
It’s easy to be absorbed by Connor and Becky’s natural chemistry on stage. Both members of the LGBT+ community, they are excited to bring a different male-female dynamic to the music scene. Their debut release and single ‘Flowers’ is now out! It was premiered on Folk Music and championed by BBC Introducing London, receiving multiple plays on BBC Radio London. They were also featured on Gary Crowley's Saturday night show as the BBC Introducing featured artist and were invited for an interview on the show.