Eleri Angharad is a country/pop artist from Swansea, Wales. Inspired by a North American road trip where she performed in Nashville, Chicago and New York; Eleri writes and performs music that captures the traditional country music storytelling with captivating pop melodies. She draws influences from James Taylor, Kacey Musgraves, Taylor Swift and many more from that road trip. Eleri released a handful of EPs including 2016s ‘All I Can Do’, which included the single ‘Fuel’. An EP which saw her gain airplay on local stations GTFM, Oystermouth Radio and Nation Radio.She also performed at venues across Wales including The Hyst, Clwb Ifor Bach and the sadly departed Gwdihw.
She spent the next two years gigging across Wales and beyond including shows in Ireland and Sweden. Eleri also performed with BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winner, Blair Dunlop at Llandaff Cathedral, Tedx Swansea and festivals including The Big Cwtch Festival, Home Farm Fest, The Laugharne Weekend, Hub Festivaland more. In 2017, Eleri released her first Welsh language track ‘Dal Fi’ which tells the pure love story between her grandparents, which was released to coincide with Welsh Language Music Day. The track went on to spend 6 weeks on the BBC Radio Cymru A-List, whilst gathering airplay on BBC Radio Wales Introducing and BBC 6 Music with Tom Robinson.