Rebecca Relansay (Singer/Songwriter)

Rebecca Relansay’s Debut Single draws heavily on her appreciation of vintage gothica. Her searing vocals swoop over a full bodied orchestral track with a clarity and full on femininity that colours the melodrama with a knowing pop sensibility. “Church of Lies” is a noirish take on romance gone wrong, delivered with Rebecca’s bittersweet vocals. Rebecca Relansay's growing body of work showcases her knack for a twisted torch song; the darker side of love served up with strings.

Rebecca's second single is a beautifully crafted love letter to the forties, held together with the deftest of choruses. Steeped in crashing timpani and swooning electric guitars, Weapon of Love has the timelessness and smarts of a Bond theme. Lyrically Rebecca continues to explore full blooded female themes, this time capturing the loneliness-tinged strength of a woman scarred by love. From the percussive breaths in the opening bars to the irresistible chorus at it's sexiest.

Rebecca Relansay's third single, Butterfly Boy, captures the optimism of the Sixties with a sumptuous 'wall of sound' production and quirky, joy filled lyrics. The visuals, rooted in sun-washed, post-war Americana, enable Rebecca to reveal her lighter side. This time, love with the eponymous hero is definitely going to go the distance. Rebecca's sincerity and wit make this worthy tribute to the girl groups of the era an uplifting slice of summer love.

Debut Single
2ND Single
3rd Single