She picked up a guitar early, even attempting the banjo, and started taking singing lessons at the age of 15. Eventually her first taste of success – a song called Oliver – was a turn in the road. That tune brought her the sonic direction she was working towards - showcased perfectly on The Room Swayed and it's first single Heavy and Ephemeral. Follow-up EP This Rapture delved further, showcasing a remarkably assured yet breathtakingly vulnerable set of tracks.
Debut album Everyday Nothing, produced by Bill Ryder-Jones, soundtracks the reality for many young people today. Where hopes and dreams play out in a haze of confusion and frustration. Capturing an existential vulnerability, the baffling day to day-ness of a young life in the most relatable, poetic and compelling of works.