Cara Hammond is an indie-pop, singer songwriter originally from North Wales but is now based in London. Cara has been writing songs since she was 11 and been performing them since the age of 14. Cara has self released 3 EP's, with a series of new singles under the independent label 'Oswaldo'.
Cara has been heavily supported by the BBC, with performances at BBC Introducing showcases, her last two singles ‘Good Times’ and ‘Such A Mess’ being added to the BBC Radio Wales 'A Playlist’, with ‘Such A Mess’ also featuring in the nationwide BBC Introducing Hotlist.
Cara has supported artists Charlotte Church & Mahalia, performed at venues such as Brudenell and Belgrave in Leeds, Troubadour and The Islington in London, performed at festivals Focus Wales and Love Supreme, as well as festivals How The Light Gets In, Penn Fest and Boomtown Fair this summer. She has recently played to 25,000 people at a fireworks event in collaboration with Peak FM and is due to play The Water Rats in 2020.
As a songwriter she has written with Universal Sweden, written for Sony ATV and BMG in Netherlands, written with artists Laura Oakes, writers Sebastian Sternberg and Pedro Vito during the release of their UK number 1 album with Jack Savoretti, as well as a an EP with Andy Burrows and Doc Brown, which will be the soundtrack to a new BBC 1 drama.
Cara is excited for her upcoming releases and performances.