Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

The Staves, Tom Misch, Rhye, Imogen Heap, Little Dragon, Fleetwood Mac, The Corrs


band members

Briana Cowlishaw - Vocals and Songwriting Luke Brooking aka Brew Music - Production Gavin Ahearn - Piano Yutaro Okuda - Guitar Jeremy Badcock - Bass Nic Cecire - Drums


Influences

Jack Garratt, Oh Wonder, Lianne La Havas, The Staves, Laura Mvula, Tom Misch, Rhye, Rukhsana Merrise, Imogen Heap, Little Dragon, Fleetwood Mac, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Tom Misch, Maddison Cunningham, Phoebe Bridgers


Website

fetherstone.com/

Bio

Having just returned from a 4-year stint in London, Fetherstone is planting seeds back into the Sydney scene. A seasoned jazz vocalist and composer in Australia, Briana’s move to the UK in 2015 sparked a new musical adventure; electro/pop/folk project ‘Fetherstone’. Named after her 95-year-old artistic grandmother, Fetherstone was born in London and has seen Briana release a debut EP, 2 singles and she is now writing and producing the project’s second EP. Briana dove into the loop pedal / beats machine world while living in London and developed a solo show, which she's been performing in London, Sydney, Prague and Brno for 3 years.

Now based in Sydney, Bri is bringing Fetherstone to Australia. She launched her first band show with the release of the new single “Jackson” at Venue 505 on Thursday 14th November, a single launch co-headline with Sydney based artist Olga Solar.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

16 Jan 2020

Triple J
30

That's a 24 carat voice right there, worth paying a premium for.

That's a 24 carat voice right there, worth paying a premium for.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

10 Jan 2020

Triple J
35

swaying along to this almost operatic pop effort from fetherstone.

swaying along to this almost operatic pop effort from fetherstone.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

22 Dec 2016

Triple J
35

This pop song really glistens the more you listen to it. Like a really shiny pearl buried in a jewellery box.

This pop song really glistens the more you listen to it. Like a really shiny pearl buried in a jewellery box.