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Last night in London a rare treat for 40 or so guests in Soho, featured a brief set from Elizabeth Fraser, who just celebrated her birthday last week.

Singing Black is the Color of My True loves Hair, Willow Song, Cuckoo Song, Shenandoah & Heyr himnasmidur, (according to Ben Watt who attended along with Tracey Thorn) she delighted the guests in a rare appearance.

As if that was not enough, she was joined by John Grant, who interviewed her at the Royal Albert hall last year about the Cocteau Twins seminal album “Blue Bell Knoll”

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She’s been busy the last few years working on projects such as the score to The Nightmare Worlds of H.G. Wells, along with her partner Damon Reece.  In 2016, she collaborated with The Insects on the soundtrack to the BBC TV series The Living and The Dead. She could be heard singing “She Moves Through the Fair

We certainly hope to hear more from the lovely Ms Fraser in the near future.

 

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