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Fay Hallam – Propeller
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FAY HALLAM - Propeller

Propeller is Fay Hallam's masterwork; a perfection of dynamic pop-soul; melodic, driven and precise...clearing a path through a fug of retro pretenders; re-setting the stylist bar, re-starting the modernist machine.

Having spent 2018 co-writing and performing with Swedish artist Magnus Carlson, Fay Hallam and her band have re-claimed 2019 as their own with this powerful collection of Hammond grooves, soul-full vocals, funky rhythms and powerful horn arrangements. 

It will blow you away! 

The follow-up to the critically acclaimed House Of Now, produced by erstwhile Paul Weller bassist Andy Lewis, and including the dance-floor monster Starting To Feel Good, Propeller is available on Well Suspect Records.

  • CD pre-orders available now.

  • Vinyl available for Record Store Day release 13th April. Available here 20th April.


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FAY HALLAM - Starting to fEel good

Euphoric, infectious and addictive, Fay Hallam's latest single, Starting To Feel Good, is a pop master-class of funk groove, soul-full vocal and a horn section that's so catchy it should be quarantined.

‘A feel-great song for hearts and feet, with lyrics, melodies and rhythms that warm the soul.’

From the forthcoming album, Propeller (the follow-up to House Of Now), Starting To Feel Good is available on all digital platforms from 29th March.

Pre-Order now at iTunes Store!


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Queen of the Vidal bob hair-do, Fay Hallam paid her rock dues fronting bands like The Prime Movers, Phaze, The Fay Hallam Trinity and Makin' Time (with a pre- Charlatans Martin Blunt).  She has worked with Billy Childish, Graham Day, Alan Crockford and The Bongolian, and has toured the UK and Europe extensively. 2016 finds Fay having recorded possibly her strongest album to date; produced by Paul Weller collaborator Andy Lewis, House Of Now is a collection of progressive torch songs and filmic funk, ambitious and groovy; her rhythm & blues inspiration still very apparent but fused with a theatre-land soul reminiscent of musical freak-fests like Godspell, Superstar or Hair.