Shining the spotlight on our female-fronted bands and artists for 2023 🦸‍♀️

Today, and every day, we are celebrating the incredible female-fronted bands and artists joining us at Belladrum 2023.

Get to know them 👇


Our Thursday night headliner is none other than the Norwegian pop powerhouse, Sigrid! One of the most exciting new pop acts of recent years, she brings her electrifying show to Belladrum for the first time. 

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We’re delighted to welcome back Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall! Since scoring a worldwide smash with her debut album ‘Eye To The Telescope’ in 2004, she has remained at the forefront of UK talent.

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The Mysterines are an alternative rock band from Liverpool, formed by front-woman, vocalist and writer Lia Metcalfe, who melds together more than her lifetime’s worth of experiences with the kind of deep, impassioned vocals you won’t forget in a hurry.

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Isle Of Wight’s resident slacker pop queen Lauran Hibberd makes her Belladrum debut fresh from nationwide dates supporting Stand Atlantic and her own sold-out UK headline tour last autumn. The enigmatic musician’s raucous live show is not to be missed.

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Inverness local singer-songwriter Katie Gregson-MacLeod rose to fame in 2022 when her song “Complex” went viral on TikTok. Her candid songwriting ability and stunning vocals have already captured a global audience.

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Rachel Sermanni is a Scottish-based singer-songwriter that makes the mundane moments mystical with a dreamy indie-folk pop sound that speaks of the struggle and desire to Flow, to love, to live, to feel

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Vancouver, Canada native Cate is a pop singer-songwriter who’s cultivated a worldwide loyal fanbase. Her debut EP, Love the Madness has been streamed over 4 million times.

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In a quiet seaside town in the East of Scotland, Nati has been growing an army of global fans. 2022 saw her not only hit nearly 2 million followers across social media platforms, but also hit the road supporting Tidelines, Newton Faulkner & Simply Red. 

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It’s hard to compare a band who don’t really sound like anyone else, but think Queens of the Stoneage, Bikini Kill, The Prodigy and Wolf Alice hurtling around in a blender and becoming something totally new. There you will find Glasgow’s Dead Pony.

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Hailing from North Iceland, siblings Örn, Ösp and Björk fuse together Nordic melancholic folk and Americana to perfect the “Blood Harmony”, which happens when close family members sing together. 

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Listen to our International Women’s Day Spotify playlist. 🎶

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