I’m delighted to finally reveal that my debut album will be coming out in November, and to celebrate I’ll be holding an ALBUM LAUNCH PARTY!

This news has been a long time coming, and I’m so happy to finally share it with you!

My debut album is called ‘I Have Seen It, I Do Not Fear It’, and it’s a body of work that tells my story of self-discovery and actualization. It’s an album about feeling that calling for something more, breaking free and moving towards the life you want to live. The album features beautiful photography by Scott Chalmers, and will be available as a digital download and a physical CD digipak. There will also be merch!

To celebrate, I’m throwing an album launch gig on Friday 25 November in Elysium, Swansea (exactly 1 week after the album is released). This special show will feature:

  • me performing songs from the album

  • new arrangements of the songs never heard before

  • stories from behind the songs

  • exclusive signed merch only available at this event

  • custom cocktails named after my songs

  • a guest photobooth

  • an after-party until late where we can chat and party together!

  • Support acts to be announced

I’m very very excited for this show – I want it to be more than just a gig, rather, a huge fun celebration of this album, and a celebration of all of us getting through a really tough year.


  • Standard ticket (door entry only): £5 in advance

  • VIP ticket (door entry + a signed copy of the album + a digital download copy of the album): £10 in advance

VIP ticket-holders will be emailed a digital copy of the album on release day (18 November), and can collect the physical copy of the album on event night. Please email if you’d like your album posted to you before the show (second-class). The album will be selling for £10 on its own, so the VIP ticket option is a STEAL.

Tickets will be more expensive on the door and may sell out, so grab yours now!




Nearly 2 years ago, I reached out to The Nest Studios in Brighton to create my debut album, and start the next chapter of my life.

After some bedroom demos in my late teens, and then a long break from music for mental health reasons, in 2020 I decided that music was what I needed to do, that this was my soul’s calling, and that it was time to create my first album.

As you probably know, I work full-time, and self-fund and self-release my own music, without the help of a label or manager. I’m lucky to have saved enough money and to have the physical energy to do this, but it does mean that it’s taken a long time to get here. If you’ve been patiently waiting since I announced it last year, I’m pleased to tell you that the wait is almost over.

My debut 14-track full-band album was recorded and produced at The Nest Studios Brighton, with musicians from progressive rock band Birdeatsbaby, and with drums by Brian Viglione (The Dresden Dolls, Violent Femmes). Creating this album was an absolute joy, and I’m so proud of it – it has rock, prog, and orchestral influences, is a bit experimental in places, was written from some of the darkest places I’ve been, but is ultimately an album of hope and triumph over despair. It’s intensely personal, and with each track, you hear me growing and going deeper into myself. For better or worse, this album is very me.




I’ve been doing a lot of busy work behind the scenes this month, including all the promo and prep for the album and show announcement, working on merch designs with my artist tukru (check out their amazing work on Instagram – they’ve recently been creating loads of Stranger Things -inspired artwork!), and started putting together my backing track and setlist for the album launch show. I’m heart-wrenchingly excited for this album and this show, so I’m putting loads of hard work into making sure that I can share both with as many people as possible.

In the middle of September I took 10 days ‘off’ to travel around the UK on a series of minibreaks – I realised I hadn’t taken a day off since about March, and wanted to have a break – although in typical Me fashion, I didn’t actually give myself any down time, I just did ALL THE THINGS. I climbed Snowdon, went rock climbing, did a Ninja Warrior assault course, did loads of cultural things in the city of York, spent an evening in a Secret Cinema event dressed up as a space goth and partying on a recreated alien planet, drove for probably a combined total of 24 hours, and loads more mini-adventures (too many to list).

I also drove down to Brighton to watch my friend Georgia Train’s album launch show. Georgia (formerly Bitter Ruin) released her solo album ‘Needles and Pinches’ last year and it’s an incredible piece of art, and Georgia’s virtuoso singing is second to none. I highly recommend you give it a listen, you won’t regret it. Georgia was supported by Hviress, which is Mishkin Fitzgerald and Hana Piranha’s witch-pop side-project; they also make incredible witchy music that you should definitely check out. It was a lovely night, and it was great to catch up with Georgia, Mish, Hana, and the rest of the gang.

Anyway, I got home after 10 full-on days of adventuring, went straight back to work, where I was immediately knocked off my feet with a tension headache that lasted 5 straight days, and counting. 🙃

I find it hard to give myself down-time, because there’s so much I want to do with my time – I want to keep creating, performing, keep sharing my music with the world, and keep doing big adventurous things like climb mountains. But, regretfully I accept that my body is telling me to slow down – so, once I send this email I’ll be taking a long bath and switching off for the rest of the weekend. (You know what else might help ease my headache? Buying a ticket to my show! I’m not a woman of science, but it couldn’t hurt, right?)

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