Sian Cross stunned listeners with her last single ‘Tell Anybody’. Praised by critics and fans alike, it was made Track Of The Day on Clash , helped by a stunning stop-motion video from Wes Anderson collaborator Andy Biddle. Reviewers praised her honest songwriting and exquisite vocals. ‘On and On’ is the next step for Cross. During the song, her character fights for survival on the strip club stage, outwardly dominant but inwardly vulnerable. Her hypnotic vocals switch effortlessly from whisper to yell, against a sonically adventurous backdrop of startling synths and stuttering rhythms. It’s like Banks’ vocals married with FKA Twigs productions. Every listen reveals new layers. Hit play to discover every single one.
‘On And On’ is one part of Sian Cross’ new double A Side release, on sale 11th November
3rd Nov @ Servant Jazz Quarters – London (supporting James Beau Barclay)
11th Nov @ Basingstoke Anvil – Basingstoke (supporting Sons of Pitches)
12th Nov @ Falmouth Pavilion – Falmouth (supporting Sons of Pitches)
14th Nov @ St Albans Arena – St Albans (supporting Sons of Pitches)
21st Nov @ Cadogan Hall – London (supporting Sons of Pitches)
27th Nov @ Robin 2 – Wolverhampton (supporting China Crisis)