Southend’s Theoretical Girl (AKA Amy Turnnidge) is a female singer songwriter with more than dash of dangerous nouvelle vague spirit to her electro-folk pop. Having started Theoretical in 2004 on her own (today she has a backing group made up friends known as The Equations), Amy has spliced her Nick Drake and Kate Bush inspired tunes with the sort of existential dread and ultra-cool imagery that’d you expect to find in a Jean Luc Godard movie (it also helps that she looks like Edie Sedgwick’s brunette younger sister). This year she’s been busy touring and her past exploits include international romps with the likes of Kate Nash, Lethal Bizzle and Maxïmo Park throughout the USA, Europe and Asia.
Her music is as beautiful as it is intimate.
- Q Magazine
Turnnidge is able to house her well-observed tales of heartbreak, loss and jealousy in beguiling chamber-pop arrangements, all the stronger for being so understated.
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