Sabrina Francis Returns To London To Launch Her New Single 'Call Me' At Bush Hall For A Night
Afro-Caribbean pop artist Sabrina Francis returns to London from Grenada on the 27th of October 2022 just one year after her headline sell out shows at The Tabernacle and Pizza Express Live. This year, performing at the prestigious Bush Hall, Sabrina Francis will be launching her newest single ‘Call Me’ with her coveted Treehouse band after the grand acclaim of her last two singles ‘Cocoa Tea’ and ‘Learn To Love’ widely praised across the UK and amassing over 450,000 views on YouTube, gaining the support of the BBC Radio Network with interviews across ‘Carrie and David Grant Show’, ‘The Scene’ and ‘ The Late Show’, and premiering on Notion and Wonderland, with further praise from tastemakers such as Earmilk and Wordplay.
Sabrina Francis’ new single ‘Call Me’ continues the musical and lyrical direction set by the previous singles, with the young Grenadian singer once again pouring her heart and soul into her art. ‘Call Me’ delivers yet another captivating dose of her signature honest and uplifting Afro-Caribbean sensibility. Finding the sweet spot between traditional songwriting and modern production, Sabrina Francis concludes her 2022 musical journey with a fitting premiere at the iconic Bush Hall in West London.
Embracing her humble and grounded origins, the success of last year’s European & UK tour comes as no surprise considering the energy and enthusiasm Sabrina Francis has for her music and her fans. Having won the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Award in 2019, and collaborated with Joss Stone on ‘Grenada’, Sabrina Francis is clearly a talent for the future. With two more shows planned in Cambridge and Birmingham, this UK tour will assuredly mark Sabrina’s place as a worldwide contender, so don’t miss out its hugely anticipated start on 27th October 2022 at Bush Hall, London.
''What a beautiful track, what a great vibe!'
Carrie & David Grant (BBC Radio London)
“I Love the sound of that track… Just imagine being in Grenada, in the warmth, in the Treehouse,
listening to Sabrina and her music. Oh, what a thing, what a thing!”
The Scene (BBC Radio London)
“A spellbinding track that encourages you to embrace the smallest things in life!”