Winner of six BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, and hailed as “the Ken Loach of songwriting” (fRoots), Chris Wood cites his greatest inspiration as ‘Anon’. His fifth solo album, 2017’s So Much to Defend, continues its predecessors’ masterly interrogation of English history and culture, in songs of profound compassion and smouldering anger, surgical precision and lyrical understatement. “A musical documentarian of immense complexity and subtlety” (Irish Times)
With a voice often likened to Carole King and Regina Spektor, a classical piano training, and influences ranging from Björk to Chopin, Me for Queen – the creative alias of Fife-born Mary Erskine – is rapidly winning acclaim for her beguiling ‘soul-folk’ songcraft.
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