KATY ROSE BENNETT has been writing and performing her idiosyncratic, elegant folk for over 20 years.

Hot on the heels of her critically acclaimed 2020 album Where Does It Hurt?, Katy releases 7th album, Alone On A Hill in September 2021. A beautiful, emotionally raw yet ultimately joyful collection of multi-layered, a cappella vocal songs written and recorded during lockdown and inspired by living in rural isolation for the last year: songs of birds, trees, the wind; songs of surviving, growing peas and longing to sing with other people. Think The Beach Boys having a cuppa with Bjork, Bach and Bobby McFerrin!

Katy will perform with a 4-piece vocal ensemble for this special album launch gig.

“Powerfully delicate… absolutely stunning… brings out the beauty of Bennett’s voice” – Maverick

“Hauntingly beautiful” – Folk Radio UK

Alone On A Hill is released 24th September 2021



Sophie Crawford is a folk musician from Stoke Newington. She plays a combination of traditional and original music on dulcimer and accordion.
She released her first album ‘Silver Pin’ in 2018 which was Mainly Norfolk’s 2018 Album of the Year and Folk Radio UK described as ‘an excellent first release’.
She founded Queer Folk with George Sansome in 2021, a fledgling organisation to promote LGBTIQA+ history and performers in traditional music. She runs Patterned Ground – a music and poetry night and podcast and the Harrison Singaround, a monthly traditional singing session. She uses her love of traditional music and dance across disciplines and is currently working on the ACE funded ‘Meemaw Project’ exploring the links between step dancing and sign language.