Genevieve Dawson is a songwriter/singer and multi-instrumentalist from Scotland now based in London. She studied music at the University of Oxford specialising in composition, and went on to Goldsmiths, University of London, to continue her studies, following in the footsteps of alumni including James Blake and Rosie Lowe. Her songwriting combines elements of folk-roots, lyrical jazz and improvisation. With a string of sold-out headline London shows under her belt, bloggers and local press have compared her to the likes of Feist, Sharon Van Etten and as her sound expands, the harmonic colours of Alice Coltrane and 'Hejira' era Joni Mitchell. She performs with acclaimed bassist/producer Huw Bennett (Susso/Minyanta), multi-instrumentalist Rick Leigh and drummer Remi Graves (Skinny Pelembe). As a singer she has recently collaborated with Jesca Hoop, Charlotte Church and Maya Youssef as a member of London Contemporary Voices and has supported fellow folk-indie artists including The Magic Lantern, Sam Brookes and Ferris and Sylvester. Her debut EP, 'Things My Mother Tells Me' was released in August 2017 to very positive reviews from critics,

"Forget washy lines about longing and loss. ‘I Am On Something’ describes the intensity of having – whether that ‘something’ is the airwaves, the ecstasy of love, or any other substance for that matter – it is a brave, bold debut." - Bitter Sweet Symphonies