Saachi Sen is a Mumbai-born, London-grown, Indie-Pop singer/songwriter. Since the age of 12, her music has taken her from onscreen on Disney Channel UK, to onstage at London’s Trafalgar Square, playing live to 10,000 people at Pride in London 2019, and the city’s Diwali celebrations later in the same year. Saachi is a past Resident Artist at Camden’s Roundhouse and recipient of PRS for Music’s Lynsey de Paul prize for female songwriters.
An avid live performer, she’s played sets at popular festivals like Frank Turner’s Lost Evenings II, Alchemy at the Southbank Centre, Cambridge Big Weekend and the Kings Cross Cubitt Sessions. As frontwoman of Jazz-Pop band ‘Saachi’ she’s a regular on London’s emerging music scene, with packed-out audiences at venues like the Camden Assembly and a sold-out headline show at London’s Borderline. Saachi made the finals in the Isle of Wight Festival Competition and was selected for the longlist of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition 2019, with their latest single gaining airtime on BBC Introducing Cambridge and Soho Radio (Women in Jazz).
Saachi’s solo work recalls classic songwriting from artists like Don McLean and Joan Baez, with upcoming music leaning into pop production inspired by the likes of Lauv and Gabrielle Aplin. Her songs focus on melodic vocals and vivid lyrical imagery. Past releases have gained acclaim from publications such as DIVA Magazine, Get In Her Ears and Burnt Roti, with radio play on Hoxton Radio, Resonance FM and more.