Rebecca is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist creating emotionally intimate, surrealist folk-pop that unites her diverse range of musical influences.


Rebecca draws on her experience of playing classical, pop, Celtic, balkan and experimental music to establish her sound, weaving together delicate, meandering vocal melodies with dreamy, often minimal guitar or looped violin accompaniment. Her songs swell into moments of emotional intensity that stir and captivate her audiences. 

Rebecca is a classically trained violinist and vocalist and self-taught guitarist, pianist and songwriter. Her musical influences range from more traditional singer-songwriters like Joni Mitchell, Regina Spektor and Laura Marling to alternative folk/pop/electronic artists Sylvan Esso, Bjork, Bon Iver, Aurora, Elephant Sessions, Sudan Archives, James Blake and Cosmo Sheldrake. The eclectic and ever-evolving Bristol music scene is a huge inspiration for Rebecca's music.

After 5 years of living in Bristol, playing in various bands, working as a session musician and performing in venues across the South West, Rebecca has been quietly honing her craft and learning from the amazing musicians that inhabit Bristol. Her debut EP 'Long Walk' received support from BBC introducing in the west, with 2nd track 'Downhill' being made one of their top tracks of 2020. BBC Radio 6's Tom Robinson described her music as "disarmingly fresh and life affirming" after playing this track on BBC introducing mixtape.

She is now drawing together her experience and influences, working with writer, producer and engineer Tom Campbell (aka UncleBoy) to create her first album. BBC introducing in the west named her 'Spotlight Artist' of the week after she released two live performances of songs that will feature on the album ('Golden Sky' and 'The River'). Curious an exciting things ahead, so watch this space!

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