With powerful lyrics, beautifully crafted melodies, and a soaring soulful voice, Phoebe writes from the heart: raw, emotional, yet universally relatable narrative are her muse, told through music that dances between soulful ballads, and sophisticated jazz-pop fusions. Phoebe received a BA in Music from the University of Leeds in 2014, and has since moved to London where she regularly gigs with her three piece, jazz trio, having met in Leeds.
Having collaborated with producers in Leeds and London, Phoebe is no stranger to the studio, with music-making ambitions to echo her eclectic tastes including Submotion Orchestra, Kimbra, Mree, Bonobo and Jamie Woon. On stage she is influenced by the likes of Carole King, Lianne La Havas, Joss Stone, Emily King, Gretchen Parlato, Norah Jones and Alicia Keys. Since moving to London at the end of 2013, Phoebe has already played in a number of prestigious venues including The Pheasantry Music Club @ Pizza Express, The Underbelly, The Old Queen's Head, The Finsbury, The Bedford, and The Blues Kitchen, Camden.
Phoebe is now working on a debut EP project with her band. She has already released a single ‘All Of My Life’, which is the theme to modern British War Film ‘Kajaki. The True Story’ (2014) and is supporting four military charities alongside the film (Help for Heroes, Walking With The Wounded, Royal British Legion, and the Hashemite Commission for Disabled Soldiers).