Peyton List has more followers on Instagram alone than the population of Ohio. At just 19 years old, the actress of Disney Channel fame is an influential figure to 11.8 million people. In an age where social media power players dominate spots at Fashion Week, it comes as no surprise that Peyton’s large following earned her front row seats at Marchesa, Carolina Herrera, and Naeem Khan.
Clean Bandit, formed of Grace Chatto and brothers Jack and Luke Patterson, are known for their inescapably catchy hybrid of electro-classical-pop. The band, which originated in Cambridge, won a Grammy for their song, ‘Rather Be’ and have had three number one hits in the UK to date, a figure that will no doubt continue to climb as they release new music.
We caught up with the trio following their exclusive shoot for FAULT’s online cover, to talk about their upcoming sophomore album, dream collaborations, love of touring and not letting the pressures of success get to them.
Kygo – real name Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll – is always on the go. When we caught up with the tropical house sensation, he was in New York, doing promo for his new sophomore album, ‘Kids In Love’. It won’t be long until he’s jumping on a plane to his next destination.
The 26-year-old DJ and producer wasn’t planning a career in music, but what started off as experimentation on Soundcloud has resulted in a meteoric rise to fame, billions of streams, and shows at huge festivals such as Coachella ...
If you haven’t already heard the enchanting 1950s bluegrassmeets-1960s American folk-rock sounds of First Aid Kit, you need to. Known for their dreamy songcraft, the Swedish duo, comprised of sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg, are back with a fourth album, ‘Ruins’, through Columbia Records. This time, they’ve shrugged off the familiar cloak of perfection and emerged with a rougher, more raw sound.
We caught up with Kojey to talk about his latest project, ‘In Gods Body, being a curator for VOXI and reflecting one’s authentic self online.
We spoke to the award-winning songstress about taking a different direction with her new music, her guilty pleasures, supporting her rivals, and learning not to swear on social media.
In just three years, songwriting duo Oh Wonder – made up of Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West – have gone from a self-releasing online sensation to an internationally-touring band signed to Republic Records with over 4.5million monthly listeners on Spotify. Now, they’re back a year later with their bedazzling 12-track sophomore album, ‘Ultralife’. We caught up with the duo to talk about their evolution since their self-titled first album, staying grounded, emotional music, and weird fan experiences.
Nina Nesbitt first burst onto the music scene five years ago when she was discovered by Ed Sheeran and subsequently supported the growing star on tour at just 17. Her 2013 single ‘Stay Out’ reached the Top 40 UK Singles Chart and a successful premier album, ‘Peroxide’ followed suit.
We spoke to Nina about the inspirations behind her new single, discovering her unique traits, unusual hobbies and her upcoming sophomore album.
At just 19, South London songstress Raye is setting her sights on world domination. Featured on BBC Music’s Sound Of 2017 list – which aims to predict the most exciting new musicians of the year – the Brit School alumni’s distinctive, sultry vocals has won her collaborations with big name artists such as Nas, Stormzy and Charli XCX, the latter of whom co-wrote Raye’s breakthrough single ‘I, U, Us’.