British Music Embassy Reveals More Performances from SXSW Online 2021

If you didn’t have the opportunity to attend the South By Southwest (SXSW) Online 2021 Music Festival, the British Music Embassy (BME) is sharing more highlights from their showcase. Music fans can now enjoy the SXSW performances from Sinead O’Brien, Enola Gay, Walt Disco, Do Nothing, Baby Queen, Penelope Isles, and more on the SXSW YouTube page

The clips join previously released performances from Squid, Black Country, New Road, Anna B. Savage, Virginia Wing, Chubby and the Gang, Katy J Pearson, Nayana IZ, Yard Act, Connie Constance, The Goa Express, Phoebe Green, and Onipa. 


“One” – Anna B Savage
“All Along the Uxbridge Road” – Chubby and the Gang
“Take Back The Radio” – Katy J Pearson
“I’m Holding Out For Something” – Virginia Wing
“Opus” – Black Country, New Road
“TNT” – Nayana IZ
“Fixer Upper” – Yard Act
“Monty Python” – Connie Constance
“Overpass” – The Goa Express
“Paddling” – Squid
“Reinvent” – Phoebe Green
“Danger” – Onipa
“Talks” – PVA **
“Does She Even Know” – IDER **
“Farabale” – Afronaut Zu **
“Jenny” – 404 Guild **
“Get Creative” feat. Nova – lau.ra **
“The Birth of a Nation” – Enola Gay **
“Blueprints” – Lilla Vargen **
“The Feeling Back” – Beauty Sleep **
“Gnarbone” – Penelope Isles **
“Cut Your Hair” – Walt Disco **
“Raw Thoughts” – Baby Queen **
“150” – Porij **
“Give A Little” – Ego Ella May **
“Kid Stuff” – Sinead O’Brien **
“LeBron James” – Do Nothing **
“LIFE’S A BITCH (BUT I LIKE IT SO MUCH)” – The Mysterines **

** Newly added performances

SXSW Online 2021 was the first-ever fully digital edition of the annual music, film, and technology conference and festival. More than 30,000 registrants from around the world experienced five days and nights of sessions, film festival premieres, and music showcases, which featured more than 200 international artists, including 70 of the United Kingdom’s best new emerging talents.

The British Music Embassy is brought to you by AIM, BBC, BPI, the Department for International Trade, PPL, PRS for Music, and PRS Foundation, with further support from ATC, media partner DIY Magazine and Belfast City Council. For more details visit

### Source: British Music Embassy, SXSW