Manchester based, Abbie Ozard has formed her own daydream melody-driven sound by writing heartfelt and personal lyrics and combining intimate vocals with synth sounds. she pulls the heartstrings with every beat and continues to mould her own alternative and atmospheric pop sound.
Abbie’s last two singles, a dreamy cover of “Stay Another Day” and “Growing Pains” gained substantial radio play by the likes of Amazing Radio, BBC Introducing Manchester, BBC 6Music with Chris Hawkins and BBC Music Introducing with Huw Stephens on Radio 1.
“Heartbreak Radio” (co-written/produced by Rich Turvey, Courteeners, Blossoms) was released on 19th July 2019, ahead of Abbie’s debut appearance at Bluedot Festival where she performed on the BBC Introducing Stage. The track made an instant impact on Spotify and tastemakers alike, being added to key playlists “New Music Friday UK”, “The Indie List, “Indie Pop” and “Feel Good Indie Rock” and again garnered support from the Huw Stephens, Chris Hawkins and the BBC Introducing Manchester team.
Single, “On A Low”, again made an impact, bagging another “New Music Friday UK” playlisting. It was the start of an amazing September for Abbie, who soon after announced the release of her debut EP – “Growing Pains EP” – as well as her first UK Tour, supporting the highflying “Whenyoung” across 10 dates across September and October.
8th October – Scala – London, UK (Supporting Whenyoung)
9th October – Brudenell Social Club – Leeds, UK (Supporting Whenyoung)
11th October – Joiners Arms – Southampton, UK (Supporting Whenyoung)
Nov 15th – Off The Record, Manchester
Nov 20th – The Grace – London, UK