SINGER-SONGWRITER Greta Vaughan trained as a classical pianist, though her deepest musical roots lie in folk-inspired rock and roll. Raised on the vinyls of Joni Mitchell, John Martyn, and Led Zeppelin, these influences, amongst others, weave their way into Vaughan’s strange musical cloth. Vaughan has just released her debut live EP, which features renowned cellist and Ben Howard collaborator, India Bourne. Vaughan is due to record her full album this year. Vaughan's songwriting is deliberately bare, exploring alienation, love, and despair, but ultimately taking you on a journey towards redemption. Inspired by the moods and landscape of the moor, Vaughan spent several years composing in quiet secrecy. The resulting album is a sublimely haunting musical portrait that bears witness to the trials of love and life.