Her songs demonstrate powerful pop with bewitching stories, straying into rock & embracing electronics.
Her honesty is evident on the Meghan Trainor-like ‘Type Of Girl’ & the anthemic ‘Better When I’m Drunk’, in which she openly recognises her own imperfections. Piano ballad ‘Superhero’, co-written in Nashville with Lucie Silvas & Jeremy Spillman, sees her lay bare her feelings about love, whilst ‘Social Babies’ criticises one’s reliance on social media.
“To sing my own songs & people sing them back to me has always been the ultimate dream. I either want to break people’s hearts or make them dance – or both at the same time.”