Amy Hollinrake is a singer-songwriter whose music mixes folk melodies with contemporary ideas and sounds. Based in South-East London she combines influences close to home and further afield. Playing the Mountain Dulcimer, she pairs this with jazz inflected rhythms and washing synth textures and a love of 60s folk. Her songwriting, described as both cryptic and emotionally direct, touches on female experience in old stories while telling new ones, giving insight into then and now. Winner of the Bert Jansch award 2018 and the current Cecil Sharp House professional folk artist 2021, Amy has been getting known in the London scene straddling the folk, pop and jazz circuits. For fans of Rachel Newton, Aldous Harding, Mazzy Star, Bedouine and Linda Perhacs.