Rachel Chinouriri on returning to her indie roots and her friendship with Sam Fender

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Rachel Chinouriri joins us at The Great Escape to discuss supporting Sam Fender at his huge Finsbury Park show and her upcoming EP, ‘Better Off Without’

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