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Singer-songwriter Fe Salomon has released new tracks in the build-up to her upcoming debut album.

Uppingham-based Fe has released four-track EP Taxicabs, a follow-up to her debut single Super Human.

Taxicabs is available on iTunes and via www.fesalomon.com

Fe moved from London to Rutland four years to be closer to her mum. Photo: Rob Blackham/Blackham Images (58267687)
Fe moved from London to Rutland four years to be closer to her mum. Photo: Rob Blackham/Blackham Images (58267687)

Fe, who has been compared to Alison Goldfrapp and Stevie Nicks, said the alternative/pop collection is about survival, friendships, relationships and loneliness.

"It’s probably the most intimate piece of work I’ve done," she said.

"These songs bring back a whirlwind of memories, good, bad and indifferent, all of which have shaped me into who I am today.”

A shot for debut single Super Human. Photo: Fraser Taylor (58267660)
A shot for debut single Super Human. Photo: Fraser Taylor (58267660)

In September she plans to release Quintessential England - a tribute to life in Rutland following a move from London four years ago.

Her debut album Living Rooms was originally scheduled for June, but has been pushed back to next January to incorporate a limited run of vinyl.



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