Rising country-rock singer-songwriter Toria Wooff returns with beautiful ‘James Edward’
Returning with Americana infused ballad ‘James Edward’, Toria Wooff should be on everyone’s radar.
Taking inspiration from a love affair with the 1970s, her haunting vocals swim through a sea of pedal steel and Wurlitzer back to the golden era of folk rock.
Recording with her band at Slow Flower Studio and producer by her partner James Wyatt, ‘James Edward’ is entirely captivating.
Speaking about her new release, Toria tells us, “James Edward was actually one of the first songs I wrote. It was so exciting bringing it back into the studio with the band and hearing all the magic come together.
I’ve always been really inspired by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Sandy Denny and Fleetwood Mac and we really wanted to lean into that cool, effortless, analogue sound of 1970s folk rock.”
Based in Lancashire, Toria is a continued favourite on BBC Introducing as well as having a growing success throughout BBC’s regional channels which include BBC Radio Merseyside, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio Ulster.
An artist destined to become an overnight sensation.