MY PLAYLIST // HOLLIE GAUTIÉR
Ever wondered what music your favourite band listens too? What songs inspire the best songwriters?
In this feature we’ll speak to some of HOT VOX’s favourite new artists on the gigging scene and find out what songs shaped them to be the musicians and artists they are today and what’s on their Spotify Playlist.
Today’s playlist is curated by solo artist, Hollie Gautiér!
Who is Hollie Gautiér?
"I’m a singer/songwriter from Surrey currently recording my EP in North London."
For those that don’t know you, describe your act in just a few sentences.
"I think my music fits somewhere between jazz and soul. I tell my own story through my songs so my lyrics are honest, authentic and vulnerable at times, but I think that’s what makes them relatable. My biggest influences are Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen and I think that comes across in my music."
Song from the first album you ever bought/listened to?
You Belong With Me - Taylor Swift
A song you wish you had written?
Love It If We Made It - The 1975
A song that inspires you?
Imagine - John Lenon
Last song you purchased?
Apples - Lily Allen
A song that makes you feel nostalgic?
Somebody Else - The 1975
Your favourite sing-along song in the shower?
Valerie - Amy Winehouse
A song that confirmed your love for music?
Wake Up Alone - Amy Winehouse
A song you put on when getting ready for a big night out?
I Like It - Cardi B
The song do you put on repeat if you’ve just had your heartbroken?
The Night We Met - Lord Huron
Your worst guilty pleasure song?
She's So Lovely - Scouting For Girls
You can listen to Hollie's playlist in the Spotify link below. Remember to make sure you follow HOT VOX to keep up to date with the exciting acts on our roster.
YOU CAN CATCH HOLLIE GAUTIÉR LIVE AT THE SPICE OF LIFE ON 15TH MARCH 2019!
TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE
The Camden Assembly,23 February
Spice Of Life,23 February
The Underbelly,23 February
HOXTON SQ BAR & KITCHEN,01 March
HOXTON SQ BAR & KITCHEN,05 April
The Old Queens Head,25 April
The Camden Assembly,27 April
The Camden Assembly,18 May
Notting Hill Arts Club ,08 June