FataiPlus guest Alex HulmeThursday 16 MayBorderline, LondonTickets on sale now:https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/fatai-the-borderline-tickets/9245925?pl=borderlinehttps://www.alttickets.com/fatai-ticketsThere are voices that make sense to us, and then there’s Fatai. Soaring vocals that are powerful and yet delicate, hosting great depth and sincerity, Fatai knows how to take us on a journey through story and melody. “We are stronger together. If we want the change that we so desperately seek, we need to stick together. Changing the world requires everyone.” Fatai Born in Melbourne Australia, Fatai was introduced to the stage at the age of 7 and has never looked back. Having grown up in a musical family, she was always surrounded by music and was encouraged to find new heights and depth in her voice. Fifteen years on, Fatai’s voice is heard by millions around the world on TV, radio and online. In late 2014, Fatai’s videos found their way to an online audience of over 60 million people overnight. A very simple rendition of a song from Disney’s film Frozen caught the worlds attention. Fatai's studio version of Do You Want To Build A Snowman was released as the lead single on Universal Music’s Christmas compilation album. It was soon followed by a duet performed with platinum selling artist Guy Sebastian, Lightning, on his record Madness. Fatai also featured on the Eurovision 2015 top-5 song by Guy Sebastian, Tonight Again. Her debut single Purple was released in late 2015 and her debut EP Undone soon after. The plan seemed obvious for Undone - to simply strip everything away and hit record. The EP was recorded live and filmed in her backyard, proving that you can indeed capture a moment and the very character of an artist who is prepared to bare all. Fatai has sold-out multiple headline tours in North America, Australia and New Zealand, and is actively touring internationally, currently residing in Chicago USA. Fatai’s favourite place is face-to-face, sharing a moment with people in the present. No matter how you get to meet, see, or hear Fatai, one thing is for sure - you’re going to be captivated.