London based alt-pop artist, Foxgluvv self describes her music as ‘hungover-pop’, the perfect blend of slow-burning but upbeat, sluggish but fun, hungover but pop. She looks to combine the lyrics and aesthetics of modern left field pop music with a nostalgic detour to the 80s throughout her production, with Gay Times writing: “think Charli XCX meets the brashness of Lily Allen and Kate Nash, and you’re on the right track.”

She first emerged onto the scene with the single ‘Crush’ which received support from Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Line Of Best Fit and additions to several End Of Year lists which have led to an excess of 250,000 streams online. 

Since her debut, she has released three further singles ‘Nothing’ ‘Not Cute’ and ‘Fries’ which have collectively gained press coverage from the likes of Billboard, Line Of Best Fit, The 405, Gay Times and Noctis Magazine. Foxgluvv’s discography continues to be unapologetically queer and pairing this with her DIY attitude to all aesthetics, artwork and music videos establishes her as an exciting talent to watch.

Moving into 2019, Foxgluvv is planning a string of releases with music videos and bringing her live show to more audiences.

"think Madonna and Hall and Oates -- as well as modern pop princesses like Hayley Kiyoko and Charli XCX.” - Billboard Pride

[On single ‘Nothing’] “encompasses the feeling of vacation laziness with laid-back vocals and light production and reflects those days where you do nothing but sit in a blanket at home scrolling the internet” - The 405

[On single ‘XXX”] “channels bittersweet teenage romance; an airy retelling of a more complex emotional story.” - The Line Of Best Fit