Fascinated with human psychology and inner workings of relationships Bryde's songs still hold close a defiant and life-affirming quality. Described as being about "entangling and unravelling" it moves from tender and delicate, to tough and unforgiving, drawing reviews that reflect this. Bryde established her ethereal indie-rock sound early on, working with producers such as Jolyon Thomas ( Royal Blood) and Bill Ryder-Jones (Hooton Tennis Club, Saint Saviour) Early radio support has reflected this coming from the likes of Huw Stephens on Radio 1, 6music, playlist on BBC Radio Wales and supported by Maz on Radio X. 2016 was a whirlwind year on the live circuit for Bryde: opening for Rufus Wainwright, well-received sets at Dot To Dot, Green Man and Swn, two sold-out London headliners, debut shows in New York and Los Angeles and UK headline tours. 2017 has reached new heights with packed shows at Live at Leeds and The Great Escape, sold out shows and her first shows in Europe. The co-produced debut album mixed by Catherine J Marks (Big Moon, The Amazons) is due in early 2018 with influences of Radiohead, Warpaint and Jeff Buckley evident.
“Feral Guitar, Torn-from-the-chest lyrics...sensational" – Sunday Times Culture