In conversation with James Ewers
Artist & Songwriter Fiona Bevan has spent years spent perfecting her craft on the London club circuit and an extraordinary career as a writer that ranges from commissions for film, classical compositions and a Tate exhibition to co-penning a multi-platinum chart-topping hit, Little Things, with Ed Sheeran, for boy band behemoth, One Direction.
That Bevan describes her debut album as ‘pop in disguise’ makes perfect sense. The dozen, dynamic songs on Talk To Strangers have hooks, harmonies and melodies that linger from first listen, but they are defiantly timeless as opposed to time-bound, as rooted in the past as they are in the present and purposely hard to pin down. Among the guitars, drums and piano, you’ll hear violin, double bass, accordion and harp, all played by Bevan, a hapi drum played by producer Shawn Lee and birdsong, some of it real, some of it whistled by Bevan-as-bird.
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|7 Dec 2017||4:00pm - 5:30pm|
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