“An artist that we should all be getting excited about” (Female First)

“Think Florence without the Machine or Kate Bush in a cathedral” (Tom Robinson’s Fresh on the Net)

“A new national treasure in waiting?” (A Musical Priority)

"[She has] a kind of sexy, intense PJ Harvey thing going on" (One Note Forever)

“Ethereal and Enchanting” (Music in Oxford - in praise of album Harpsichord Row)

“A rather stunning debut” (Folking.com - in praise of album Harpsichord Row)

Armed with a single microphone, Pro Tools, and a vocal booth fashioned from sleeping bags and an upturned couch, London born, Oxford raised alt-folk artist Bethany Weimers, spent much of 2011 as a bit of a hermit, performing, recording and producing her debut album 'Harpsichord Row'. The result is a beautifully atmospheric collection of songs with both folk and pop appeal, that draw the listener in with hooky melodies belying their darker content, poignantly exploring the human condition whilst remaining uplifting and life affirming.

Her latest musical offering, the single WINTER HEART is released December 2013.


Bethany Weimers   Bethany Weimers, Oxford

  • Harpsichord Row 10 tracks, 35.34 Bethany Weimers on March 14, 2012 11:10

    1. 1. Silver Moon 3.36 1142 plays
    2. 2. Lucky day 3.06 630 plays
    3. 3. William and His Ghost 4.01 537 plays
    4. 4. The Letter 2.36 274 plays
    5. 5. To The Land 3.38 258 plays
    6. 6. 1784 2.30 260 plays
    7. 7. 30000 Days 4.00 521 plays
    8. 8. Harpsichord Row 4.16 318 plays
    9. 9. Desire 3.56 249 plays
    10. 10. Protect 3.49 268 plays

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