Danielle Lewis is a 22 year old acoustic folk/pop singer songwriter from New Quay, West Wales and published with Welsh songstress Charlotte Church’s Publishing House and Sync Company ‘Bounce Publishing’.
After finishing her A levels in Music & Drama in 2011 Danielle went on to spend eight months in Australia writing and playing gigs on the Gold Coast, Byron Bay & Brisbane, highlights include headline show in Canberra and performing at Quiksilver Pro Worldwide Surfing Championships Gold Coast 2012.
July 2013 Danielle released her Debut EP ‘Paper Hearts’ along with bright and catchy track ‘Fall’.
‘The West Walian singer-songwriter offers up bright and breezy, fizzing folk pop that leaps around like a salmon on happy pills.’-Wales Online-
‘Best New Music in Wales’ Playlist’.
September 2014 Danielle released her Welsh Single ‘Aros’ from her upcoming 2nd EP on National TV Show Heno on S4C. The song was also ‘Track of the Week’ on BBC Radio Cymru.
In June 2015 Danielle went on to release her 2nd EP ‘Dreams Grow’.
Her Single from the EP ‘Love Live Life’ has already received huge support from BBC Radio Wales making her ‘Artist of the Week’ with Adam Walton describing ‘I can not compliment anything more highly than to say it reminds me of The Carpenters, perhaps Regina Spektor covering The Carpenters or someone like Laura Kidd She Makes War covering The Carpenters, it was actually Danielle Lewis, we should not lose sight of that fact because it’s important”.
Two tracks from the EP have also been selected for a ‘Visit Wales’ online advert released in Autumn 2015.
Danielle continues to promote her bilingual EP with support from S4C following her performances on TV show ‘Noson Lawen’ & live music show ‘Stiwdio Gefn’ plus completing her summer tour across Wales including a showcase in London and playing major festival Glass Butter Beach in North Wales.