Sian Cross Releases New Emotional Single Honouring National Anti-Bullying Week

Posted on 9 November 2016
By Khyle Deen
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Sian Cross stunned listeners with her recent single Tell Anybody.

Praised by critics and fans alike, it was made Track Of The Day on Clash, helped by a stunning stop-motion video from Wes Anderson collaborator Andy Biddle. Reviewers praised her honest songwriting and exquisite vocals.

Sian’s latest single, Stare At Me, will be released on the week of National Anti-bullying week whilst 50% of money that is raised by the sale of this track will go towards an anti-bullying charity – something Sian feels strongly about.

Stare At Me, is based on having conscious knowledge and acceptance of one’s own individually – being separate from our environment and other individuals. Not only do the emotive Jesse Ware style vocals surpass expectations, but also the lyrics are what pull us in, leaving us instantly needing more.

Stare At Me Soundcloud Link:

November Tour Dates

3rd – Servant Jazz Quarters – London (supporting James Beau Barclay)
11th – Basingstoke Anvil – Basingstoke (supporting Sons Of Pitches)
12th – Falmouth Pavilion – Falmouth (supporting Son Of Pitches)
14th – St Albans Arena – St Albans (supporting Sons Of Pitches)
21st – Cadogan Hall – London (supporting Sons Of Pitches)
23rd – The Rowbarge – Guildford (supporting Mishka Shubaly)
25th – Gullivers – Manchester (supporting Mishka Shubaly)
26th – Slaughtered Lamb – London (supporting Mishka Shubaly)
27th – Robin 2 – Wolverhampton (supporting China Crisis)