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PHOTO DIARY – PETITE MELLER AT READING & LEEDS

Reading & Leeds Festivals are now a distant memory, but luckily we have the strange and beautiful Petite Meller to transport us back to the muddy fields via her exclusive Wonderland photo-diary.

Pioneering her own self-titled genre, “Le Nouveau Jazzy Pop”, Petite Meller provokes nostalgia, thought and intrigue through the music she creates. Having caught the media eye with her first foray into the pop-sphere – “NYC Time”– her last offering “Baby Love” has garnered her global attention and we can’t wait to see what the remainder of 2015 has in-store for the promising artist that celebrates the surral and the absurd.
Petite kindly gave us an exclusive insight into her experience whilst performing at Reading & Leeds. Enjoy.

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1. I met Olly Alexander from Years and Years backstage, we felt related.

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2.  I love to be interviewed by nice gentleman who wear pink.

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3. I tried to play this football table with myself but all my champagne fell inside so the new pool game I created was a bit too hard to handle. I felt like i’ve won anyway.

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4. I love the traveling Circus aesthetics of Festivals.

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5. I always feel like a creature who landed out of space.

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6. The Reading and Leeds crowd were dancing their pain away with me, and thats why i’m doing this.

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7. With Richie on the Sax, Smiley on percussion and Kadim on keys, they’ve all come from classic Jazz, we’re laughing so much, i’ve got a stomach ache.

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Petite will play a headline show at London’s Heaven on October 15th – tickets are available here.

Photography: Noa Penn

Styling: Adele Cany

PHOTO DIARY – PETITE MELLER AT READING & LEEDS

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