Music-streaming service Deezer has launched a series of sessions, which will allow music lovers the opportunity to see stripped-back sets of their favourite acts. The first bunch of artists to record their sessions were Birdy, Jack Johnson, Franz Ferdinand, Jamie Cullum and Kodaline.
Recorded in Deezer’s London and Paris studios, the sessions are curated by Deezer’s editorial team, who have picked some the hottest acts to perform.
Irish alt-rockers Kodaline said: “It’s great to be able to share our new material with our fans and we love the raw vibe of the Deezer Sessions. There’s nothing like letting loose and showing people what we can do – just us, our instruments and our passion for music. If you haven’t caught us live on tour yet, this is a taste of what’s to come.”
More artist sessions from rising star Lorde, James Blunt and Gregory Porter are expected throughout the month of November also.