She may only be 5ft 2, but A Little Sound is an artist causing a lot of noise right now – and for all the right reasons. We welcome the superstar in the making A Little Sound up to Durham for her debut. Fresh off her festival tour including Boomtown, she's locked and loaded to shell out. Maybe you’ve had your ears perked by her dreamy vocal hooks, or maybe you’ve seen her Tik-Toks spreading the word about drum and bass. Either way, there’s a lot to love about this exciting talent. While still in her early twenties, A Little Sound has already been responsible for the vocals behind some of D&B’s biggest anthems in recent years. “Back In Time” with Kanine, “Lakota” with Technimatic, “Weed & Wine” with Friction – the list goes on. But she’s still only just getting started. Despite being lauded for her vocal work; this artist has always had the ambition to be more. Singer, writer, DJ, stage host – you name it, she’s pushing to do it all. It’s a motivation that first caught the eyes of the D&B community after an epic ‘Stay At Home Festival’ live stream surprising everyone with her mixing and impromptu vocals, and it has since blossomed into the start of something special with bookings rolling in across the UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand including the likes of Glastonbury, Boomtown, Tomorrowland, Love Saves The Day and many more. She also collected the Best Vocalist Award at the 2022 Drum and Bass Awards, not to mention the taking home the 2023 BBC Radio 1 Future Star Award! With a background in musical theatre and a history of performing acoustic covers since the age of 11 on her YouTube channel, this self-taught musician’s career could have been very different if it wasn’t for the influence of Bristol – a city where she and Born On Road have grown together. With her debut ‘A Little Sound EP released in 2022; 2023 sees her feature on releases from Waypoint, Rudimental and Hedex, before solo material drops at the end of the year. You can expect A Little Sound to only get louder as time goes on.