Brooke Law is a London-born British singer and songwriter. Her diverse multi-ethnic family (Eurasian on her maternal side, and mixed Jewish on her paternal side) have definitely helped shape her as an artist. Her music has been inspired and encouraged through a broad minded and nurturing family unit that has allowed Brooke to freely express her own values, beliefs and ambitions. Having won us over with new single, Don't Say It's Love, which is lifted from her upcoming EP, Archetypes, we wanted to know more - so we caught up with Brooke to find out what songs make her...

What song reminds you most of your childhood?

AM to PM- me and my sister had a dance routine which we did for about 3 years.

Which song inspired you to become a musician/singer?

I Will Always Love You- Whitney’s version (it was the first song I sung on stage.

Which song do you wish you had written?

Talkin' Bout A Revolution- Tracy Chapman

What was the first song you wrote?

The first song I wrote was about my local bus 307. ‘Where is my 307, it’s already past 11’

What unreleased song are you most excited for people to hear?

My next single is so exciting!

Which artist/band has been the most inspirational to you?

So many..

I love the way Coldplay’s songs speak to me.

Sia is an amazing writer and Beyonce is so powerful on stage.

Which song/album currently dominates your attention?

I’ve gone back to my school day and keep listening to ‘Stripped’- Christina Aguilera on the train.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?


If you could jam with one artist alive or dead, who would it be?

Jeff Buckley

Someone is making a film of your life, who will play you?

No idea, I wish it could be Rachel McAdams but I’m way too goofy for that.

Lastly, tell us one thing you have never revealed in an interview...

My part time job involves me making Liquid Nitrogen Ice cream.