Nuala Honan’s work offers mesmerising vibrancy as she “seamlessly shifts from moments of resplendent folk to ardent post-punk and avant-garde pop” (London in Stereo).
Last summer the Bristol-based, Australian-born musician released her second album ‘Doubt & Reckoning’, fully delineating Honan’s sonic dexterity with the tracks encompassing an intricately nuanced range of sounds.
At the core of her songwriting is a captivating romanticism, with Honan’s vivid lyricism conveyed via her “expressive vocals that soar from rich gravelly intonations to almost operatic vibrato” (London in Stereo).
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