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"Multicultural songwriter is part of English pastoral music tradiition"

The songs of young Indian/Persian/British songstress Sirena seem to swim to the surface of a deep English pastoral tradition formerly inhabited by Jethro Tull and Nick Drake, but which are also reminiscent of blues and pop.

At times she has the dramatic verbal/vocal tension of Marianne Faithfull, with minimalist classical influences. Moving between piano/keyboards and guitar, there are a number of interesting chord changes which keep everything buoyant and easy on the ear.

Soft spoken and lyrical, she likes to "make time go weird" for the listener. She writes about everything from having a relationship with a serial killer to experiencing tragic diva-like abandonment, but admits she ultimately wants to make music that people would like to hear. Refreshingly different from the usual crop of female performers around at the moment.

Tony Fitzgerald.
- ArtRocker magazine (online)


Still working on that hot first release.



Sirena began writing songs from a young age, working with producers on her original material while working with a range of bands around Sussex, ranging from rock to experimental to jazz. Currently her style takes in influences ranging from Kate Bush, Joni Mitchell and Stevie Winwood to Melody Gardot and Jamie Cullum.