Tori Kelly: Inspired by true events

End of July, I have been invited to attend Tori Kelly’s intimate show at Islington assembly and her album playback the day after, in a private venue in Central London.

I was mostly there to take photos and make videos of both events, and to film an interview of the artist. You can see the interview filmed by yours truly (b roll included) below — video edited & published by Max A.

Tori was lovely, open and sweet. I really had a good time with her and her team. And her new album, Inspired by True Events, is a gem. My ultimate favourite song of the album is called Coffee and talks about long distance relationship. In Your Words and Before The Dawn are two other songs I like.

Tori & I after her album playback, in a private venue in Central London

Have you listened to Tori’s album? What is your favourite song? Let me know in the comments!

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