COSHA ANNOUNCES DEBUT HEADLINE SHOW FOR NOVEMBER 29 AT HOXTON HALL
SHARES VIDEO FOR R.I.P. BONZAI MIXTAPE TRACK BLADERUNNIN’
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“[Do You Wanna Dance] makes you feel more alive with each play” – The FADER
“We predict big things ahead” – Notion
“One of pop’s most exciting prospects…Long live Cosha” – NME
“A great summer jam” – Refinery 29
“A statement of intent… this new Cosha single rubs together in your speakers or headphones like shoulders brush against each other during a rave that creeps towards sunset, at the start of summer.” - Noisey
“The excellent Bonzai has rebranded as Cosha…Do You Wanna Dance hypnotically weaves together a capella harmonies and whistling birdsong” - The Guardian
“Bonzai is buried as Cosha is born, arriving at full speed with new track Do You Wanna Dance” – The Line of Best Fit
(Columbia Records, London – September 7, 2018) – Cosha has today shared visuals for her new track Bladerunnin’, out now on Columbia Records. The track is taken from her new R.I.P. Bonzai mixtape, where she has collaborated with the likes of Rostam, Danny L Harle, Mura masa, Johan Hugo, Jeff Gitty, Jim-E Stack, Tom Tripp and Grades, to name but a few.
Cosha was recently transformed, waving goodbye to her artist pseudonym Bonzai, and today announces her first headline show as Cosha. Taking place at Hoxton Hall on November 29, tickets are available below.
Speaking about Bladerunnin’ Cosha said, “Bladerunnin’ is basically a love song declaring my trust in this other person, knowing that they'll be loyal when we're apart (which is often) even when there are so many sparkly temptations around. So it's basically me saying "it's cool, I trust you, go make your money"... it's also just fun to dance too”.
Watch the video below.
5 years ago, at the age of 17, Cassia O’Reilly started making music under the pseudonym Bonzai. During this time she’s enjoyed an impressive array of critical acclaim and has since gone through somewhat of a transformation, both as an artist and to put it simply, as a human being.
Dublin native Cosha released 3 critically acclaimed EPs during her reign as Bonzai, garnered huge support from Annie Mac (enjoying 3 Hottest Records from the Radio 1 DJ) and mass acclaim from the likes of Dazed & Confused, Pitchfork and Vogue, to name but a few.
Source Sony Music UK
September 8, 2018 4:00am ET by Sony Music UK