Introducing Carley Varley, a fresh new singer-songwriter from the South Coast who is fast becoming one of the most exciting breakthrough artists in the South today.
Born in Hampshire in 1995, Carley is a versatile and talented singer-songwriter and musician. Mixing Pop with edgier
Indie elements, her catchy songs and lyrics speak directly to her audience, with influences from Taylor Swift to Avril Lavigne and Hayley Williams.
Carley has been songwriting and playing the guitar and piano since the age of fourteen. In 2016 she was spotted busking in the quaint seaside town of Lymington on the south coast and was soon catapulted onto the stages at The Ritz and
The Waldorf in London. Carley and her guitar have been regulars on the Dorset and Hampshire music scene ever since.
Carley is a standout vocalist with crystal clear delivery.
Her performances are joyful events where she brings her effervescent personality to the stage with songs that audiences delight in singing along too.
Carley released her first EP in 2019 called 'Captured Memories' with the three tracks ‘Won't Say Sorry’, ‘Honest Conflict’ and ‘Found’. Carley's next single 'Since You Left' was released in February 2020 and has had over 30,000 streams on Spotify.
Carley's 2021 and 2022 single releases ‘Fall’, ‘Going Under’ and 'Miss Me?' were featured on BBC Introducing. She was also interviewed by the BBC and performed 'Miss Me?' acoustically and chatted about her vlog 'CVLOG' which gives advice to upcoming musicians.
Carley won a Venus Award for Musical Talent in 2018, she was also an ‘Open Mic' UK finalist in 2019.
“Carley is up there with the best. She has a stunning voice and combines this beautifully with her exceptionally good guitar skills.” - Rock Generation, Gig Review
“A talented singer who lights up the room with her voice.” - Tara, The Venus Awards
Carley will be releasing two acoustic versions of her songs 'Shore' and 'Going Under' this summer on Spotify and Youtube.
Carley is currently writing her next EP due for release Autumn 2022.
(Carley Varley commonly misspelt Carly Varly)