Stacey Cohen is a singer-songwriter, performer; and creative music artist, from London-shire. Deeply inspired by nature, yet informed by the urban musical landscape, her hypnotic sound playfully explores the boundaries of folk-tronica and experimental, new trip-hop. Stacey's voice is rich, colourful and completely unforgettable. Her lyrics poetic, heart-felt and thought-provoking. She has performed at venues and festivals though out the UK, solo and with an awesome band. And is currently working on a new mini album: Wild Service. In Jan 2017 music from her most recent album, The Archer, was featured on BBC London Introducing.
Stacey was born in London to British and Lithuanian-Jewish parents; and Uruguayan and Welsh step-parents. She grew up with a wide range of musical and cultural influences. Prolifically creative from a young age, she began writing poems and songs aged 6. She originally began learning guitar from friends around campfires; and later at sessions and the like. She began to write more solidly, and to develop her vocal and playing style; whilst living in the mountains of Snowdonia, North Wales. She went on to perform locally, around the festival scene, and around the UK with various bands. Before moving back to London to study electronic music production; and to record her second full album.
Stacey is passionate about supporting the many incredibly talented artists that she has met along the way. She has organised, and been a part of teams organising, a number of sell out music nights and events, and for a time taught and organised creative and musical workshops everywhere from festivals, to a slate mine, to a major Welsh national theatre. As a singer, she has collaborated with a number of dance music producers, gaining Radio 1 play for one project. Her forthcoming mini album Wild Service, is thematically linked to the wheel of the year; and to British native trees. You can hear an early version of one of the songs, produced by Stacey, for the forthcoming album here. This tracks, relates to early May, and the Willow tree: Willow Willow