Billie Marten

Billie –born Isabella Sophie Tweddle – got her early start in music thanks to parents who surrounded her with music. Billie was signed to Chess Club Records, an imprint of Sony. Not long afterwards, she was nominated for the BBC Sound of 2016, making fans out of Radio 1 tastemakers like Annie Mac and Huw Stephens. Her critically acclaimed debut album, Writing of Blues and Yellows, was a diarist, open-hearted collection of quietly beautiful songs released in 2016, when she was still just 17. The following year, she moved to London, where she worked on her 2019 follow-up, Feeding Seahorses By Hand, which The Line of Best Fit declared a “gentle and reserved masterpiece”. We’re ecstatic to announce that she will be joining the Lollapalooza family this summer at Lollapalooza Stockholm!