Tag Archives: Josephine Sillars

Q+A: Josephine Sillars and Laurence Made Me Cry

In this industry it can be hard for many female folk singers to really make a name for themselves without just being branded as yet another singer-songwriter. However, every so often there are a couple of standouts who by taking risks can really cause a stir – thankfully Josephine Sillars and Jo Whitby aka Laurence Made … Continue Reading ››

Declan Welsh, Josephine Sillars at The Glad Cafe, 18/5/16

Two young talents and prolific performers on the Glasgow scene appear on the Southside Fringe Festival bill in The Glad Cafe. Josephine Sillars plays a set of familiar songs from the Ripped from the Wire Spine EP, but with a heavier edge that brings the music out of its shell. Her enchanting voice and piano parts are … Continue Reading ››

QMU Live Fest with Tuff Love, Tijuana Bibles, GoodCopGreatCop, Copper Lungs, The Youth and Young, The Rockalls, Josephine Sillars, LYLO, The Insomniac Project

“Did anyone used to go to Rev?” “Is Cheesy Pop still a thing?” You can tell what bands went to Glasgow uni tonight! Let’s be honest, it’s totally weird being back at the QMU, this was a regular daytime haunt in my early uni days and seven years on a lot has changed, but yet nothing has … Continue Reading ››

Josephine Sillars – ‘Vincent’

Josephine Sillars’ released her latest single ‘Vincent’, following her March released EP, Ripped From The Wire Spine. The single features strong vocals from Sillars alongside piano as the most prominent instrument, which allows her vocal ability to flourish fully. It is musically strong and well structured, with the drums, featured in the opening and close of the … Continue Reading ››