Call Me Loop

Call Me Loop is an explosive young popstar whose infectious hooks and innovatively produced tracks are winning her fans and critical praise alike.

Call Me Loop has already gained support and fans from the likes of BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, The Times, MTV, Wonderland Magazine, Pop Justice, Notion and The 405, and has clocked up an impressive 8 million Spotify streams on her previous single ‘Give ‘n’ Take’

Following on from her singles ‘Love Bites’and ‘Looking at You’ which both achieved online critical acclaim, Call Me Loop released ‘Losing My Mind’, a record that was subsequently added to the Radio 1 Playlist in December as BBC Introducing Track of The Week.

2017 saw Call Me Loop start the year with ‘As If’, a single that cemented her into the mainstream as an artist on the rise, and followed with her critically acclaimed debut EP. Her recent single “Maybe I’m A Liar” showed further development in the Call Me Loop sound and aesthetic, moving her further into the pop spotlight. 2018 has so far seen her release her most contagious single to date ‘Love The Lie’ and play slots at Live At Leeds and The Great Escape before she plays Rize Festival, LeeFest and Vital Belfast this summer.

Originally hailing from Surrey and currently residing in Brixton, Call Me Loop’s early musical loves were the mega popstars of the 90s, ChristinaAguilera, Beyonce, Rihanna, Amy Winehouse, Justin Timberlake. More recently, Call Me Loop has taken influences from the likes of Tove Lo, Glass Animals, The Weeknd, Banks, Christine and the Queens, Frank Ocean and NAO, while absolutely forging her own musical identity.

Perfectly summing up her own style as “sassy, emotive electronic pop”, Call Me Loop evokes all the best qualities of a popstar: a commanding, vibrant presence combined with an effortlessly cool charm.

Call Me Loop’s music has found a commited fanbase online, with her releases clocking up over 15 Million combined streams.

“One of 2016/2017’s most promising new popstars” Popjustice

“[a] fast rising starlet” The Times

“One of the great new popstars” Wonderland