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Poppy Ajudha grew up in her father's South London nightclub where she was completely immersed in jazz from the age of 5. Her buttery smooth voice and neo-soul sound would almost make you forget how fierce and politically charged her lyrics are. Recurring themes in Poppy's songs are gender, racism and "the way women mold themselves around men." Having already wound the Upstairs around her fingers two years ago, we look forward to her return to our stage this fall. Just as intimate, with personal songs such as "Change Your Mind."