“Brooding cinematic Electronica” – The Guardian

 

Originally from Devon and now based in Brighton, 19 year old Fable is a fierce new talent – forthright, opinionated, intelligent and far removed from the generic pop songstresses that dominate the current music scene. With her debut track, Stranger In Head, receiving over 135,000 plays on Soundcloud, she’s also written alongside artists such as Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll, Archive and Bloc Party’s Russell Lissack.

Fast becoming a press and blog favourite, Fable is set to challenge the current boundaries with her “dark, glistening synth-pop gems” (Clash Magazine) alongside her raw and visceral live performances, with no backing tracks allowed – described by Artrocker as “oozing the impression she was put on this earth to perform”.


Selected Press Quotes –

“Stranger In My Head, co-written and produced by the aforementioned Archive, plays out like Beth Orton swapping her six string for synthesisers while exploring her darker, more dangerous impulses, resulting in a bit of lyrical masochism: “…stab me before I change”.” – Q Magazine

“Brooding cinematic Electronica” – The Guardian

“Dark, glistening synth-pop gems” – Clash Magazine

“Dark, atmospheric and swelling energy, the track is a bold statement of intent” – CMU Approved

 “Fable is dangerous and enticing, a heady mix…” – Artrocker

“Her voice is absolutely sizzling on this record. This may be one of my favorite tracks of 2014. Keep your ears open. This girl is onto something” – Kick Kick Snare

“Cutting edge electronic pop songs with bite…utterly heartstopping” – God Is In The TV

“She makes Lorde and La Roux sound like they’re nuns singing with toothache” – Les InRocks