Sneak a peek of Graffiti6 at San Francisco’s Popscene 

We’re giving you a one-day heads-up on this one.

Want to see one of 2012’s most promising new acts today? Or this Friday, actually, at San Francisco’s Popscene?

Head on down to catch a preview concert from Britain’s great new duo Graffiti6, whose soulful tidbits like “Annie You Save Me” and “Stone In My Heart” have already found high-profile placement in stateside song-hungry television staples like “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Teen Wolf,” “CSI NY,” “Covert Affairs” and “One Tree Hill.”

They’ve also just inked an American deal with Capitol, who will be issuing their full-length debut next year.

Along with DJ/producer TommyD, the vocal powerhouse behind Graffiti6 just happens to be Jamie Scott, a Motown-steeped crooner who originally only wanted a songwriting deal. But when publishers heard his commanding style on early demos, they insisted he sing his own material himself. Which he did, on two full-length albums as Jamie Scott And The Town, a solo career that culminated in a musical cameo as Colin, singing his own number “Made,” in the film “Step Up.”

When Scott’s song, co-written with TommyD, “Stare Into The Sun,” was snatched up by U.K. newspaper The Sun for a TV campaign, Graffiti6 knew they’d struck paydirt as a team.

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