British singer/songwriter Jerry Williams emerged in 2014 with a self-released EP of sweetly sung, tuneful folk-pop titled A Hairdressers Called Sids.
The Portsmouth native who cites Kate Nash
, Slow Club
, and Jamie T
among her influences, introduced a playful style which paired laid-back acoustic songwriting with clever, narrative wordplay. 2015's Cold Beer EP found Williams beginning to work toward the bigger pop-oriented production style she would use on her breezy 2016 release Let's Just Forget It. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi