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"Captivating, Becci Wallace carries you away"

- Janice Forsyth- BBC Radio Scotland

"Electric, haunting, mesmerizing. A voice to silence a room"

- New Hellfire Club

"Original, artful alignment of folk and hip-hop elements"

- Celtic Connections

"There is one very serious song writer/lyricist at the start of her career"

-- Edinburgh Advertiser

Glasgow based singer-songwriter and producer Becci Wallace is firmly placed at the heart of Scotland's songwriting community. The first thing you will notice is her tireless energy, versatility and zest for lyrics and melody.

Becci is known for her unique vocals, tight harmonies and thought provoking lyrics. She has been broadly featured on STV Glasgow, BBC Radio Scotland, Celtic Connections and features in various stages in Festivals across the UK, including Wicker Man, Electric Fields, Kelburn, Doune The Rabbit Hole, Lindesfarne and Audio Soup to name a few.

Becci writes across genres, co-writing on the Pearlfishers latest album Love and Other Hopeless Things, Catherine Rudie's The Mobius Kiss and Loki's Government Issue Music Protest.

As a solo artist her first album Fragmentality was released in 2015, gaining plaudits across the country and securing multiple national and local radio plays. Her current project Present Tense will be released in November.

She has co written and worked alongside David Scott, Jo Mango, Jo Bennet, Findlay Napier, David Sinclair, Andy White, Rosie Bans, Little Rach and Catherine Rudie as well as at the Harris Institute in Toronto and Columbia University in Chicago.

Becci is the Co-Creator of SongSeeds Songwriting Retreats which provide inclusive, affordable retreats for songwriters, providing a safe space for creative development. 

Becci is also the creator of That's What She Said - a series of podcasts featuring panels and performances from women in the music industry. 

Becci has an MA in songwriting and is a PHD Student researching hip-hop education. She lectures on BA Commercial Music and MA Music at the University of the West of Scotland.

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