Rhythm Nation: Fya Fox
The Northern-based singer/songwriter picks the tracks that mean the most to her
“I’m a short-ass, literally five foot one,” Fya Fox revealed in a recent interview. “Maybe that’s why they gave me a big set of lungs!” Even if you haven’t yet heard the young Northern Irishwoman’s elegant electropop, you probably know her powerful voice from its appearance on television ads for Brown Thomas and Barry’s Tea.
Growing up in a rural area,...
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