The sweet, fiery warblings of Suffolk singer-songwriter Fiona Bevan have been compared to Erykah Badu, Joni Mitchell and Marc Bolan.
Her band simmer and shimmer, her folk songs are inflected with jazz, and her award-winning lyrics pry into the dark corners of love, with a cast of stumbling party-girls, fickle sailors and forlorn lovers sleeping out in trees.
"Absolutely brilliant" Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music
“Spine-tingling. Fiona Bevan completely transported me” Alex James, Blur
"Soulful and eccentric" The Guardian
"Film noir atmospheric, scorpion stinging, saccharine-coated Hell Hath No Fury ditties. Splendid stuff."