Thursday, April 17, 2014

Debut album from Fiona Bevan, out 28th April 2014 on Navigator Records


'Talk To Strangers' is the bewitching and debut solo album from Suffolk-born singer-songwriter Fiona Bevan, released 28th April on Navigator Records. Bevan describes her debut album as "pop in disguise", and the dozen, dynamic songs have hooks, harmonies and melodies that linger from first listen, but are defiantly timeless and purposely hard to pin down. Bevan, who has already tasted success as a chart-topping songwriter with Ed-Sheeran.

Bevan plays guitar, violin, double bass, accordion, and harp, and even adds the occasional whistle of birdsong. Holding everything together is her extraordinary, sweet voice, as unique and distinctive as her mop of peroxide curls. The album was mastered in San Francisco by the legendary George Horn, who has been cutting vinyl since the '60s for musicians including Paul Simon, Sly & The Family Stone, Bob Dylan, and John Coltrane

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