That voice! It immediately stands out – it’s so deep, so wild, so engaging. Fitting, then, that Grace Cummings called her second self-produced album »Storm Queen«, whisking you away with sparsely orchestrated folk songs. Most of the time, the Australian artist is accompanied only by the acoustic guitar, sometimes by a harmonica or a tambourine. Her lyrics are full of imagery and large on metaphors, singing of independence, distance or closeness. Bolstered with vocal training as a stage actor, the singer-songwriter brings out completely new sounds from the good ol’ genre of folk – including when she swaps out her acoustic guitar for an electric one.