Charlie Belle    Trainer
, NY
  • About
  • When international attention came to the sibling duo Charlie Belle in 2014, Jendayi and Gyasi Bonds were literally just kids. Sixteen and fourteen-years-old at the time, they were both already veterans of the Austin music scene when their debut EP “Get To Know” blew up. Press came from NPR, Nylon, MTV, Vice, WIRED and others, and Jendayi and Gyasi appeared together on the cover of local paper and official SXSW sponsor, the Austin Chronicle. Jendayi and Gyasi are now 24 and 21 respectively, currently based in Brooklyn, New York. They were always plotting a return, and now they are educated, wiser, and ready to present new music to the world. Those blown away by the catchiness and thoughtfulness of Charlie Belle’s debut can look forward to new songs by young adults who have now been doing this for half their lives. What was already great is even better: Fun, upbeat, buoyant, while also keenly aware of the moment in a way that only Jendayi and Gyasi can speak to. There’s truly something extra special that only comes when siblings create pop songs like only siblings can.
  • Genre(s)
    Pop Alternative Indie Singer Songwriter
  • Venues
    cafe bars restaurant corporate events Music Venues Concert Halls
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Biography

When international attention came to the sibling duo Charlie Belle in 2014, Jendayi and Gyasi Bonds were literally just kids. Sixteen and fourteen-years-old at the time, they were both already veterans of the Austin music scene when their debut EP “Get To Know” blew up. Press came from NPR, Nylon, MTV, Vice, WIRED and others, and Jendayi and Gyasi appeared together on the cover of local paper and official SXSW sponsor, the Austin Chronicle. Jendayi and Gyasi are now 24 and 21 respectively, currently based in Brooklyn, New York. They were always plotting a return, and now they are educated, wiser, and ready to present new music to the world. Those blown away by the catchiness and thoughtfulness of Charlie Belle’s debut can look forward to new songs by young adults who have now been doing this for half their lives. What was already great is even better: Fun, upbeat, buoyant, while also keenly aware of the moment in a way that only Jendayi and Gyasi can speak to. There’s truly something extra special that only comes when siblings create pop songs like only siblings can.

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