After recently opening for George Ezra at a Kingston gig, 19 year old London singer/songwriter Malory Torr has an exciting career ahead of her. Malory has a rare sound (often described as 'quirky and unusual with interesting lyrics'), using a combination of ukulele, guitar and banjo to create her indie/pop originals. She has gigged for several years appearing at the O2’s Indigo Stage, Soho Pizza Express, The Pheasantry Chelsea, Half Moon in Putney, Troubadour, Proud Camden and many more. In the summer of 2013 Malory was featured as ‘Uncharted Territory’ artist of the week by Richard Madeley on Terry Wogan’s show on BBCRadio2. The chosen song was ‘Birds and the Bees’. In addition her track ‘Heart of Gold’ was played on Dermot O’Leary’s show on BBCRadio2 in August.
Malory recently distinguished herself as a songwriter by being awarded runner up with her song ‘Utopian World’ in the national Song Academy Young Songwriter Competition 2013 judged by top industry and radio personalities. Drawing upon her mixed background, having lived in both South Africa and Mexico, Malory creates music with the lyrics at the heart of every song. Her inspiration ranges from the song writing of legends, Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell to the alternative styles of tUnE-yArDs, Dr Dog and St Vincent.
Booking Agent: Sophie McCreddie