About Live at B:Eats: The Abbey Road Sessions - Aayushi

This is a special performance as part of the B:Music month long collaboration with Abbey Road Studios to celebrate the Annual Music Photography Awards. We have invited local and emerging talent from across the West Midlands to perform, immersed in the exhibition in the B:Eats café at Symphony Hall and all covering some iconic tracks recorded at Abbey Road in their own unique ways. See the full event listings here.

Birmingham-based folk singer-songwriter Aayushi writes strikingly tender songs, sung with a beguiling intimacy. She blends soulful vocals drawn from her Indian heritage with abstract symbolism to evoke an atmosphere that is soft, hypnotic, and whimsical. Her favourite things to write about are childhood memories, things she can’t say out loud, and her recurring dreams of the sea.

In 2020 her single ‘My Space is Overgrown’ reached number one on Spotify’s Most Beautiful Songs in the World playlist. She has self-released 10 singles, and her music now has over 7 million streams. 2023 saw Aayushi complete her first UK tour, with performance highlights including Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival and an opening slot for Nessi Gomes at the Crescent Theatre. She recently headlined a double bill at London’s prestigious Southbank Centre, and in 2024 is due to play festivals across the UK.

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