After the success of her last single Cut it Off, 18-year old Brighton beauty Libby Whitehouse is back with another edgy pop record. Too Deep is an R’n’B future classic, destined to follow the footsteps of Libby’s past singles and smash the Spotify charts. Libby says: “‘Too Deep’ was written spontaneously, about a boy and a girl dating, and him not really having any personality, so she’s not taking it too seriously. The session was a really chilled day in the studio, it was never expected that the song we wrote in the session would be released, but my team and I knew it was a cool RnB vibe for us to drop this summer”
Though only 17 at the time, Libby released three singles in 2017, ‘Hands on Me’, ‘Recipe’ and ‘What I Want’, gaining her the attention of The Great Escape, I Luv Live, and the Spotify Viral Charts. Too Deep will be followed by more fresh new music before a much anticipated EP, due for release in November 2018.
Libby is a recent graduate from the prestigious BIMM college, which boasts alumni such as James Bay, Izzy Bizu and Tom Odell. Her achievements on spotify to date prove she is well on her way to putting her name alongside these great artists. With landing a spot in the Top 30 in the ‘Spotify UK Viral Chart’, to Number 1 and 2 in the Brighton Spotify chart for sixty consecutive days, as well as big playlist inclusions on the likes of Spotify’s ‘This Is How We Do’ and ‘Chilled Pop Hits’.
Libby kicked off 2018 with a performance at I Luv Live at Zigfrid Von Underbelly in London as well as a sold-out performance at the Great Escape 2018 in May, with Libby’s debut headline show is also planned for Autumn 2018.