For a peck of audiences in Australia over the past couple of years, Bonnie Stewart (Ireland) has been one of those subtly transcendent artists. Her lilting vocals float over gentle peaks of acoustic and electronic instruments, layered ethereally into what may be a moderately enchanted loop pedal. Under the spell of thrumming guitar, Stewart renders her arrangements with a fidelity of performance that seems to amplify an almost spectral presence. This is Bonniesongs. She’ll play loudly whilst making you ridiculously aware of silence and then go some way to reminding you how music is at its most basic, mere vibration moving through air, occupying the same molecular space as the incorporeal.

“spartan dream-folk drifts into unexplored areas, borrowing from jazz improvisation while delving into the sub-conscious.” Clash Music

“an immersive slice of indie-pop.” The Line of Best Fit The Line of Best Fit

“Her imagination is splashed so vividly across her music and she delivers what few artists are at the moment.”  Podcart

“some wonderful, magical arrangement in here. it’s a quirky one that shimmers with beauty.” Declan Byrne Triple J Unearthed