Fauness

Fauness speaks of her singular pop as if it were a patchwork quilt crafted from an array of different fabrics: velvet anxieties, silky satin dreams, memories of acid-washed denim. While her melodies and lyrics grab attention with their guitar-laced immediacy, there is a deceptive complexity behind the raw emotion. As she concedes, “I’m a hybrid person with many sides.” Raised between the lonely, leafy suburbs of New England and their opposite, Finsbury Park, London, her creative spirit grew steadily, fueled by American R&B and pop country alongside doses of UK club culture, folk and classical music, and an archetypal 2000s teenhood.

Fauness

Fauness speaks of her singular pop as if it were a patchwork quilt crafted from an array of different fabrics: velvet anxieties, silky satin dreams, memories of acid-washed denim. While her melodies and lyrics grab attention with their guitar-laced immediacy, there is a deceptive complexity behind the raw emotion. As she concedes, “I’m a hybrid person with many sides.” Raised between the lonely, leafy suburbs of New England and their opposite, Finsbury Park, London, her creative spirit grew steadily, fueled by American R&B and pop country alongside doses of UK club culture, folk and classical music, and an archetypal 2000s teenhood.

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