She picked up a guitar early, even attempted banjo at one stage, and started taking singing lessons at the age of 15. “I was writing a lot of Paolo Nutini inspired cheesy acoustic stuff,” she laughs, embarrassed now. 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.