via self-exploring questions and anecdotes sung to ambient soundscapes, CROWN seeks to understand WHY. not as an exercise in existential analysis, but rather a needed critique of social conditioning that defines our understanding of love, life and society. in a bid to reimagine hippy philosophy for the 21st century, CROWN centralizes her lyrics to instill a message of resistance, openness and honesty: deconstructing taboos, challenging identity constructs and facing the psycho-emotional head on.
'She conveys more lofty emotion in just a few lines than many artists can muster over a whole record.' - Bearded Magazine
'It's a sultry neo-soul affair, mottled with red-lit trip-hop synths and distant beats – there's also a vibrant '90s streak in her voice, recalling the slick tones of R&B icons... While there are similarities to Stateside acts like Frank Ocean, she carves a niche all her own by implementing the very British stylings of Lamb, Portishead and Massive Attack.' - The 405
'it's ethereal, enticing, engaging and beautiful' - Flavour Mag
'Crown's ambient, sultry sound marries soul-folk and RnB'- Hunger TV