Meet singer, songwriter & professional flowy dress twirler:
Jess Irvine is the heart-over-head folk-pop singer-songwriter your playlist has been missing on long drives, weekend picnics, Tuesday brunches and every day in between. And yet, she feels familiar somehow.
With a rich, enchanting voice reminiscent of folk icons such as Joni Mitchell and Joan Baez, her unmistakably honest songwriting and performances leave her audiences feeling moved, understood and loved.
After taking to festival stages and clocking over one million streams online with previous musical groups The Lighthearts and The Counterfeit Umbrellas, the songstress echoed new beginnings in music with her debut track New Moon. A sweet mantra-like song featuring angelic vocal melodies combined with twinkly banjo and mandolin lines, New Moon shines in the world of ‘ethereal, cinematic folk-pop’.
Brought to life by Nashville producer Ben Kling (River Westin, Kathryn Hallberg), with mastering by Steve Smart (Vance Joy, Dean Lewis); New Moon is the first release in a collection of heartfelt mantras crafted for the modern-day dreamer.