Polly Money is nineteen years of age and Cornish through and through. Her voice (melodious, sun-kissed) presides over pop songs that offer a cheeky wink on the way out of your ear. She’s been writing songs, playing guitar and piano since childhood. Polly’s debut 2013 release ‘The ‘That Guy’ EP’ was recorded at Sony ATV studios and its release saw her perform in Paris to 80,000 people supporting Muse at the Stade de France.
In summer 2014 Polly graduated with honours from London’s Institute of Contemporary Music Performance and was rewarded with a West Country girl’s dream gig the week after handing in her dissertation: Glastonbury. Handpicked by the BBC Introducing team for the legendary festival, Polly’s performance ensured that their support continued with airplay from Tom Robinson on 6Music and other performances for BBC Introducing at Port Eliot Festival and The Little Orchard Cider and Music Festival. Since the Muse gig, support slots have become somewhat smaller but no less discerning, with Gabrielle Aplin, The Boomtown Rats, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas and Newton Faulkner to name but a few.