by the partae

Tuesday 6th February 2018Camden Assembly
+ Get your tickets here
+ Follows a huge EU tour supporting Beth Ditto ,UK tour supporting Nadine Shah and UK tou supportingMichael Malarkey
+’All That For What’ EP is out now


“raucous, tongue-in-cheek… a rock smash filled with grit”  The FADER

“Courtney Barnett on a Kill Bill style vengeance mission”  DIY

“dripping with sarcasm and bite”  The Line of Best Fit

“retro rock from a fierce female”  EARMILK

Guildford-based singer-songwriter Annabel Allum continues her reinvention as one of the most vital, snarling and sarcastic voices in the indie scene with debut EP All That For WhatSince the release of her debut EP, Annabel has been keeping very busy playing festivals up and down the country, and has just come back from a huge European tour with the legendary Beth Ditto and a UK tour with Nadine Shah.

 With the release of EP ‘All That For What’ earlier this year, Annabel has had a hell of 2017, and 2018 looks to be no different with the announcement of her biggest London headline yet, at Camden Assemblyon the 8th February 2018.

Expanding from her folk roots into fuzzier-slacker territory, Allum affirms her statement of intent on her latest EP with blistering riffs, frenetic vocals and culturally relevant themes over 4 concise tracks.

 Or, according to Annabel herself: “‘All That For What’ is a collection of conflict. Self reflection and self refraction. It’s a time capsule of a state of mind, and a state of being. Misunderstanding, the journey of understanding, and the delivery of being understood.”

Recent singles Rich Backgrounds and Eat Greens’ took further hold of tastemaker attention, providing a platform from which she delivered several highly acclaimed SXSW sets this March as well as a slot at The Great Escape. Soon after this Annabel earned her first ever spin on Radio 1 via Huw Stephens.

Back in early 2016 the songstress received early support from the online community and airplay on the likes of BBC 6 Music and Radio X with her debut single ‘Tricks’, whilst her original look and self-styling lead to endorsements from Bastian Classics, Cheap Monday and various other indie clothing brands.


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