Kent born singer-songwriter Seymour combines her haunting vocals with alternative, dark and mysterious sound. Her lyrical content puts an abstract spin on strange and boozy experiences with an underlying theme of brutal honesty. Seymour performed often as a child but at age 14 she began writing and performing songs including ‘Long Grass’ and ‘The Night Before Valentine’s day’ inspired by artists of different genres such as Amy Winehouse and Arctic monkeys. As a troubled teen, she was influenced by the angst of Nirvana and the versatile writing style of Pink Floyd. This was fused with her direct lyrical approach to form a grungy, moody sound that accurately reflected her experiences with alcohol and difficult relationships. Moving to London exposed Seymour to the buzz of gigging and sharing her music, it wasn’t long before she was convinced this was what she was meant to do. As a passionate feminist, Seymour has included key feminist issues such as gender based violence as a part of her debut single, ‘Unbattered at 7am’ .