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|Cher Lloyd Tickets||29-Mar||Folkestone||Leas Cliff|
|Cher Lloyd Tour||30-Mar||Norwich||UEA|
|Cher Lloyd Tickets||31-Mar||Leeds||O2 Academy|
|Cher Lloyd Tour||02-Apr||Glasgow||O2 Academy|
|Cher Lloyd Tickets||03-Apr||Newcastle||O2 Academy|
|Cher Lloyd Tour||04-Apr||Liverpool||O2 Academy|
|Cher Lloyd Tickets||06-Apr||Manchester||Academy|
|Cher Lloyd Tour||07-Apr||Birmingham||HMV Institute|
|Cher Lloyd Tickets||08-Apr||London||Indigo2|
|Cher Lloyd Tour||10-Apr||Bristol||O2 Academy|
|Cher Lloyd Tickets||11-Apr||Bournemouth||O2 Academy|
|Cher Lloyd Tour||12-Apr||Nottingham||Rock City|
|Cher Lloyd Tickets||14-Apr||Swindon||Oasis|
|Cher Lloyd Tour||15-Apr||London||Shepherds Bush Empire|
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Cher’s debut album Sticks & Stones is now available. Here is a flavour of Cher’s debut..... - Sticks & Stones, the critically acclaimed new album from Cher Lloyd is OUT NOW! Cher’s debut 10 track set features the hit singles Swagger Jagger and With Ur Love Ft Mike Posner. Sticks & Stones features further collaborations with the legendary Busta Ryhmes on “Grow Up” and club banger Dub On the Track sees her holding her own next to MCs Mic Righteous, Dot Rotten & Ghetts! Listen to the album sampler below and get a flavor for the album 4Music called jaw-droppingly good.
Cher Lloyd - After the X Factor, Cher was soon snapped up by Simon Cowell’s record label, Syco. But rather than propel her down an obvious pop route, they encouraged Cher to follow her musical instincts. It was a fascination with discovering new music that led Cher to her career path of choice.Tuning into stations like 1Xtra and Youtube phenomenon SB:TV, the Worcester born singer was instinctively interested in seeking out new sounds.
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Cher decided that she wanted to be singer who also rapped and began practicing relentlessly at home in her bedroom. Cher is undoubtedly the poster child for alternative urban pop this summer. Balancing the fine line between commercial and credible, the genre-baiting, tempo-twisting first single, “Swagger Jagger”, with its nagging nursery rhyme motif, euphoric airhorns and playfully assertive wordplay, introduces Cher as someone who might have one eye on the charts but who is also unafraid to experiment.
Her debut album will reflect her multi-talented approach; as well as uptempo club tracks, you can also expect sung-through power pop ballads that perfectly showcase Cher’s vocal ability. Creating an album that quite brilliantly yet succinctly defines her multi-faceted personality, the as-yet-untitled debut delivers on both upbeat pop smashes and punchy urban panache.
Cher Lloyd has been involved in the creating of the album, co-writing on every track and attending sessions in the US, UK and Sweden. Despite working with huge hitmakers, she refused to be intimated, and was keen to ensure her ideas were put across. Cher Lloyd says “At first I was scared by all these big producers, and going on my own to America was quite daunting. But now it’s like ‘Actually, I’ve got the chance to be here, so why be so afraid?’