is a London-based singer/songwriter who has a way with an eight-string guitar. At 21, she already has the ear of BBC 6 and a song destined for United Nations Peace Day next year. And Joan Armatrading is such a big fan that she called Lisbee’s manager to tell her so.
A friend at school had a hilarious dance to this, which mainly involved lots of wild gesticulating. Science lessons just flew by.
I saw Annie Lennox live once. She is an absolute legend on stage.
Anything by Damien Rice. I can’t help it.
I heard it in someone’s living room and then spent about a month trying to find out what it was!
Not so much ‘fell in love to’, but I definitely ended up having an enormous crush on a guy who played this on his guitar to me.
My dad used to play it in the car when I was little.
This was actually my flatmate’s idea, but «Highway To Hell» would be brilliant. Imagine being brought down the church with that playing.
Bizarrely… When I was 17 I spent most of the summer driving about in my friend’s creaky little white Peugeot. It seemed like every time we got in the car, that song came on the radio. Gotta love a bit of cheesy pop.
Guilty as charged.
Makes me want to put a pair of leg warmers on and leap over taxis.
It’s old school but it never fails.
I was about nine, I gathered up all my pocket money and bought… the B*Witched album. Rock on.
Right, I asked and the general verdict seems to be either «Pencil Full Of Lead», or «When I’m Cleaning Windows». I’m not sure what that says about me… or my friends, for that matter.
The guy is a genius. It’s such a beautiful song, even through its dark subject matter.