Her music has been described as literary chamber pop, though we don’t really know what that means. We’d describe it as music that’s caught between a half awake, half asleep, dream state. Sonically intimate, capaciously moving. Music brim full of divine imagination. It really is that good.
Her 2013 LP ‘Loud City Song’ made many a critic’s best of year list, and the follow up this September ‘Have You In My Wilderness’ is even better. Do yourself a favour and make sure you catch her sublime, rare talent at Clockenflap 2015.