[cs_content][cs_element_section _id=”1″][cs_element_row _id=”2″][cs_element_column _id=”3″][x_blockquote cite=”” type=”left”]Rebel went to see Tiggi Hawke’s set in SU bar, as part of her Coffee House Sessions tour.[/x_blockquote][x_video_player type=”16:9″ src=”https://youtu.be/yXoCHEhBlEI” hide_controls=”false” autoplay=”false” no_container=”false” preload=”none” advanced_controls=”true” muted=”true” loop=”false” poster=”https://www.rebelessex.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/tiggi-hawke-poster.png”][cs_text]

Lauren Moore snatched an interview with the artist after her set talking about her and her music.

“There’s no better feeling, for me,” she explains. “In a strange way I felt like I had to re-connect with myself.”

That sense of connection is something that rushes through her music, a torrent of feeling and emotion that simply demands to be recognised. “Right now,” she says, “there’s so much crazy stuff going on, and there’s this whole lack of empathy, of emotion, and connection. This is my way of re-connecting with people, with myself. I know that sounds wishy-washy, but I really, really do believe that.”

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Rebel Essex
rebel@essex.ac.uk