Jessica Boudville
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Jessica Boudville

London, England, United Kingdom | SELF

London, England, United Kingdom | SELF
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter

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Sunday Socialite Album - 2011
"Together" - Single - 2008
Lady Lindsay EP - 2006
Reflector EP - 2004

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Jessica has been writing and releasing music since 2004, playing in and around Sydney in various bands and cover acts. Primarily performing in Sydney band Reflector.

Reflector recorded their debut EP "Lady Lindsay” with Anton Hagop (Silverchair, Powderfinger, Missy Higgins) and released this in 2006.

In the same year, Jessica fronted Reflector - supporting international stars TOTO at their sold out show at the Sydney Metro. In the same year the band supported Australian legends Mental as Anything and Spy v Spy and performed at many iconic Sydney venues including the Annandale Hotel, The Hard Rock Cafe, The Piano Room, Ruby Rabbit, Q Bar and The Cat and Fiddle.

The single 'Believe' placed in the top 30 of the Pop genre of the 2008 New Artists to Radio initiative. Reflector were then chosen as the feature artist for the launch of Australia’s first ever commercial digital radio station “Radar Radio” launched by the Austereo network in 2009.

“Believe” was also included on the well established indie "Grow Your Own" compilation, released nationally (Foghorn/MGM) along with performances in two episodes of SCOUT and Poptarts! TV, which are both screened nationally on TVS. Jessica also co-wrote and released a song with Sydney artist Van Sereno on his latest album "Together" and recorded a track for the Australian Red Cross with a number of Sydney artists and worked with renowned world music artist Mahmood Khan.

After a tumultuous 2 years filled with vocal surgery, travelling and many band lineup changes - the album “sunday socialite” which was recorded with Jason de Wilde at the Australian Institute of Music was released in June 2011, available globally on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and Napster.