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“If Catherine Feeny was an explorer, she would wade into crocodile infested waters and emerge without a scratch” - The Guardian
“She’s an unreal vocalist, and a damn smart songwriter” – Willamette Week
“The former Pennsylvanian pens songs with subtle ambiguity … fooling the listener into a false sense of security before she drops her dark lyrics” – Music Weekly
“Catherine Feeny’s songs are entrancing.... You can hear a passion behind her experimental pop songs that carry with it both nostalgia and innovation” – The Delia Magazine
“Feeny paints with a paintbrush of revolution, songs are uplifting and unifying, not despite of but because of the fragile country they sing about” – Cincinnati Music Examiner
“Feeny’s songs are often those of an exile .... Her low key, quietly devastating delivery sounding somewhere between Joni Mitchell and Bille Holliday ” – the York Press
Acclaimed singer-songwriter and accomplished drummer/percussionist partner to record an adventurous modern classic.
Sometimes two artists meet at exactly the right time. And in collaborating, they transform each others' work into something different, better; somehow higher
Catherine Feeny grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, part of a tight-knit family for whom music was a uniting force. Absorbing Springsteen through her older brother, Simon and Garfunkel through her parents and The Smiths through her elder sister, she early on developed a keen ear for songwriting.Feeny has toured extensively as a headline act and in support of: Wilco, Suzanne Vega, John Prine, The Indigo Girls, Kelly Jones and Martha Wainwright
Following her participation in and consequent arrest at the Occupy Wall Street demonstration this past fall, Feeny's new material has a political fire and a progressive rhythmic sensibility that stand in contrast to her earlier work.
The Little Unsaid
THE LITTLE UNSAID is the pseudonym of John Elliott, Yorkshire-born multi-instrumentalist, producer and writer who records and performs a unique blend of folk, electronica, poetic lyricism and lavish orchestration.
The 2013 album ‘Dig For The Promise’ was mixed and co-produced by Graeme Stewart (producer and engineer for Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead). It featured acoustic arrangements entwined around electronic beats and melodies constructed from ‘found sounds,’ which were recorded around the streets of London. The single ‘Midnight On An Island’ received repeated BBC 6 radio play and was hailed by esteemed indie music blog Dots and Dashes as one of the genre’s ‘grandest successes thus far.’
This Summer will see the release of a five track EP combined with a book of poetry under the collective title ‘A Filthy Hunger,’ exploring themes of distorted human connection in the modern world. The music was recorded with producer/engineer Brett Shaw (Daughter, Florence and the Machine) with John writing all the parts and playing all of the instruments himself aside from the string arrangements, which were performed by regular collaborators the Southfields String Quartet. The project was crowd-funded by fans using pre-orders and exclusive offers such as limited edition artwork, remixes and private home concerts. A UK tour and return to major festivals such as Glastonbury and Secret Garden Party will follow the release.
John has also written screenplays for award-winning short films, the most recent of which is titled Job and is set for release across European film festivals later this year.
'A giddying conflation of folk, electronica and lavish orchestration...one of the supposed genre’s grandest successes thus far' - Dots and Dashes 'F***ing brilliant!' - Mary Guibert (Jeff Buckley's mother) 'Something of sheer beauty' - Emerging Icons