Daisy was an avid singer and dancer long before joining From Above. From the age of 11 to 14, the Essex native was a member of the British pop group S-Club 8 ...
Daisy was an avid singer and dancer long before joining From Above. From the age of 11 to 14, the Essex native was a member of the British pop group S-Club 8 (formerly S-Club Juniors). They performed at Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee and a sold-out UK arena tour, and had two Top 10 albums and seven Top 10 singles—three of which reached #2 on the UK charts. S-Club also gave Daisy her first foray into television with the drama series I Dream, which was on BBC 1 and other channels around the world. Daisy then returned to school to finish her last two years. She became part of a sports dance team, which over time became the group From Above. Daisy is the longest standing member of the group.
“My dad was a soul and R&B disc jockey, so I heard a lot of music growing up,” says Daisy. “I always danced and I loved singing. I also heard whatever was on the radio—Beyoncé, Destiny’s Child, The Spice Girls. I auditioned for S Club Juniors when I was 10 and from then on, being with S Club 8 was amazing. Having the experience of being in the music industry with the group until I was 15 was incredible. I was living my dream, doing things that most people my age never get to do and I knew I didn’t want to do anything else.”