French megastar JAIN and female pro beatboxer Bellatrix join an all-female LCV group on the roof of Peckham’s Bussey Building for a special VEVO X filmed sessionRead More
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New release! LCV features on Imogen Heap’s soundtrack to Harry Potter & The Cursed Child!Read More
We were thrilled to hear that Deaf Havana’s album Rituals entered the UK charts in the Top Ten, reaching number 8! LCV features on five tracks on the album.
The Guardian said: “Praise, also, for the London Contemporary Voices choir, who contribute gospel singing to five tracks. Their soaring, 40-second Wake and the sections of Sinner and Heaven where they burst into voice are truly lovely.”
Singles from the album have received widespread airplay. “Sinner" was Scott Mills’ Track Of The Week on BBC Radio 1, while songs have also been heard on TV’s Love Island, Made In Chelsea and even on the Eagles vs Falcons Amercian Fotball game in the US! Nice! Check out the music video below.
Earlier this year we were excited to work with one of our favourite beatboxers, SK Shlomo, for a small feature on his next album! Shlomo needed a choir at the last minute and we were more than happy to step in!Read More
LCV have been recording with mighty rock band Deaf Havana at Urchin Studios this April for the band's next album. We first worked with the band last year for Sofar Sounds and Amnesty International's "Give A Home" festival - the biggest ever international concert series, drawing attention to the refugee crisis.Read More
We were thrilled to work with The Maccabees’ lead singer Orlando Weeks on his latest project – a live performance of The Gritterman at the Union Chapel. LCV singers joined Orlando for a special one-off show which sold out in a matter of hours and received complementary reviews in The Telegraph and also Drowned In Sound.Read More
Elbow album featuring LCV backing vocalists reached the number one spot on the UK Official Albums Chart!Read More
As a thank you to Elbow for inviting us to be involved in their no. 1 album, we arranged a special a cappella version of their single All Disco - a song inspired by Pixies’ Black Francis as discussed here in NME.Read More