Though she was created in Seattle, singer, songwriter, and actress Alison Sudol spent the majority of her life in LA, having moved presently there with her mom when she was five years of age. She started playing piano as an adolescent, with rings like Coldplay and Keane uplifting her whimsical, pop-minded music. After documenting many compositions and sending out the producing demo, the vocalist received an instantaneous response from Capitol Information’ Jason Flom, who found Sudol’s house to listen to her play and quickly authorized her to an archive contract. Carrying out a South by Southwest appearance in March 2007 (starting for the Stooges, strangely plenty of), Sudol — who find the name AN EXCELLENT Frenzy (extracted from a collection in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Desire) as the moniker on her behalf musical attempts — released the full-length debut recording One Cell in the ocean. With the recording hitting shops in July, Sudol widened her viewers by starting displays for Rufus Wainwright that summertime. Her tastes extended while on the highway, and by enough time AN EXCELLENT Frenzy returned house, Sudol got become intrigued with the songbooks of Johnny Money, Bob Dylan, as well as the Speaking Heads. Such mixed influences confident her to consider more dangers with her songwriting, and she released her sophomore work, Bomb in the Birdcage, in middle-2009, embracing a wider palette of noises along the way. A holiday-themed EP, Oh Blue Xmas, followed prior to the season was up. Pines, Sudol’s third studio room record, found its way to 2012. From 2013, Sudol centered on her performing. She made an appearance in the series Transparent, the mini-series Drill down, as well as the Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and How to locate Them.