Congratulations to our vocals alumna Jones who has been announced as one of the latest recipients of funding from the Music Export Growth Scheme (MEGS).
Alongside other new industry favourites, Dream Wife, Nina Nesbitt and MiC Lowry, the alt pop artist will receive backing to help build an international fanbase and boost music sales outside the UK.
Managed by UK labels association the BPI, the investment is via the Department for International Trade as part of the Exporting is GREAT campaign and is now in its fourth year.
Chris Tams, BPI Director of International overseeing the MEGS programme, said:
The Music Export Growth Scheme gives a diverse range of talented British artists the opportunity to grow their fanbase in key international markets through touring and marketing support. In the process, it helps to promote the profile of British music overseas and, crucially, helps to boost our exports with a return on investment to date of over £10 for each £1 put in by the UK Government."
Jones has been enjoying a successful 2018 with her latest ‘London’ EP released to great reviews.
Watch her latest video to her track ‘How About That’.
Read our recent interview with Jones on her experiences at ICMP and music industry career to date.
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