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London's Ches Barrow Releases Latest Single 'Girl who ruled the world's

London-based singer-songwriter Ches Barrow reveals the lead single off of her highly anticipated debut EP, ‘Girl who ruled the world’. Produced by internationally renowned Guitarist: Bassel Hallak (Tom Jones, Love Amongst Ruins, Barry Manilow, Grace Knight, Vanessa Amorosi). And co-produced by Haydn Bendall (Kate Bush, Katie Melua, Andrea Bocelli, Van Morrison, Leona Lewis), ‘Girl who ruled the world’ is the perfect addition to Ches’s ever-growing discography, filled with atmospheric beats, lush synths, and melodic hooks juxtaposed with her captivating, and hot knife lyricism.

Already well on her way to becoming a household name, her style as a songwriter has continued evolving, and with the gift of her further creative experience and thick skin cultivated in the world of Fashion, Ches is a force to be reckoned with!Her affinity for songwriting began at age 5. By the time she was 8, she was composing her own melodies. At 16, she then attended Guildhall School of Music for Summer study; cementing her folder of a 100-song-strong repertoire of compositions. 2 years later she was offered a place to study English Literature at a prestigious University. Barrow embarked on an internship at Tatler Magazine before graduating early with distinction from University and being approached for a position at a luxury publishing house.

At 21, she launched her first company Façonner and went on to gain notoriety for curating and editorial art directing some of the biggest Fashion and Lifestyle brands globally such as Dior, Manolo Blahnik, Giorgio Armani, Vivienne Westwood, and Carolina Herrera. In just 4 years, Barrow’s photos were published in print all over the world and she opened the Façonner Townhouse in London’s Belgravia.

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