Distinctive, stormy first release from new EP,
with accompanying colourful bedroom video.
'Short and snappy, moody and unsettling,
Oh No, Oh Dear gives us a flavour of the genre collision we can expect on her upcoming Mother’s Ruin EP.
Its dark, almost gothic take on folk invites comparison with more maverick artists like PJ Harvey and Nick Cave, in that she takes heed of longstanding folk traditions and subjects but creates a sound that is both timeless and fresh.'