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Spotlight On 'Lizzy Farrall'

Lizzy Farrall is excited to announce she has signed a contract with Pure Noise Records. After sending a portfolio of music to Pure Noise they offered her a Recording Contract of which she signed in August 2016. It is only now though she is in a position to shout about the great news.

Speaking of her beginnings Lizzy says - "I was born in Chester but at a very young changed moved to a rural part of North Wales and lived there for around 12 years with my 5 other siblings. I was home schooled up until I was 16 before I went to study music in college in Wrexham for three years. Music has always been a massive passion of mine since I can remember. I got my first guitar when I was 13 and taught myself to play as all I wanted to do was write my own songs. A year ago Brad Wiseman came across my music online and emailed me to say he thought I had a lot potential and wanted to pitch me to a few record labels such as Pure Noise Records.

Speaking of the signing - "I chose to sign with Pure Noise as I've been fan of the label and I really respect what they do and how they treat their artists. I am really looking forward to working along side such talented musicians and seeing what the future brings."

She will be joining a roster that includes the likes of Boston Manor, Four Year Strong, Gnarwolves, State Champs, The Story So Far and Less Than Jake to name but a few so she is certainly in good company.

To celebrate the signing Lizzy has released a new single called 'Broken Toy' and their is even a video to boot.

"The song is about still having feelings for someone when they have moved on and the video is about finally letting go of that person and putting the memorises and hope that things may work out to rest."

Available to purchase from all major digital outlets, you can grab your copy today and while you're at it why not check out the beautiful video below:

From here we can say long before the creation of 3 Songs & Out we've been a fan of Lizzy and her music. Always a constant presence on the Welsh music scene her ability to write powerful, emotive songs is well known. Every show we've had the pleasure of attending we've been left captivated by her performances. Her signing to Pure Noise can only open up doors for Lizzy and having just successfully toured with Proud Ember it is easy to imagine venues across the UK will be seeing a lot more of her. For the record we are also hoping that a full album release is here sooner rather than later.

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