What did you call me?
Call Me Loop! (Her real name is Georgia). She's effortlessly cool, and her music is both infectious and extremely relatable.
The Surrey native (who now lives in Brixton) says she has wanted to be a singer for as long as she can remember - even as a child she would write songs and perform them at school. To give you an idea of where she's aiming at, some of her biggest influences are Rihanna, Amy Winehouse and Christina Aguilera.
Interesting, but what does her music sound like?
She describes her sound as “sassy, emotive electronic pop”, which we can’t fault really. Her catalogue so far is pure pop bangers and anthems, and her new EP Drama - out now - is no exception.
Loop's recent single Silly Boy proves she has the chops to pull off a banger, and previous song Business showcases a more serious and defiant side to her songwriting. If you like Dua Lipa, Zara Larsson and Khalid you'll definitely find something in Call Me Loop's repertoire.
Check out Give ‘n’ Take, probably her best known track and one of last summer’s standout singles, which has clocked up 4.7 million streams in the UK alone.
In 2017 Call Me Loop supported Jonas Blue on tour in Europe, and got a casual plug from Elton John when he hand-picked one of her tracks for his Beats1 show. No biggie.
That's a really interesting name, by the way.
Her alias came about from nicknames her mum gave her: Georgie-Lou, then Loopy-Lou, then Loop.
I'm on board! When can I see her perform?
She’s got a few shows coming up including a support slot for Sarah Close at the O2 Academy Islington on April 27. She’ll also be appearing with Nina Nesbitt in Leeds on April 14.
She's hinted at some future tour dates, so keep an eye on her Instagram and Twitter for any further announcements. Tickets for her support show with Sarah Close are on sale now. You can check out Call Me Loop's new EP Drama here.