It’s not often that Henry Tudor House invites an artist back in a twelve month period but, Fridolijn’s appearance last year was so well received a decision was taken on the night to invite her back.

This is a rare opportunity to see the spellbinding Fridolin in the UK.

Fridolijn’s (pronounced ‘Freda-Line’) recorded music blurs the boundaries between haunting self penned songs, cover versions played in her own unique  style to cinematic folk, singer-songwriter, jazz, electronica, and broken beats, which blend to produce compellingly beautiful and haunting songs.

The debut album of the previous band she led, Finn Silver, reached top chart positions in Holland and Japan, and her impressive CV already includes playing the prestigious North Sea Jazz Festival, i-tunes hailing her as ‘New Jazz Artist of the Year, and, more recently, her debut solo album being released by (major label) V2 in Netherlands, from which the opening song Frame This  has, to date, attracted well over 1 million Spotify plays and rising (many noted artists average 2k-10k plays, if they are lucky).