Using a sound self-described as “Björk and Sarah McLachlan singing Robbie Burns backed by Sigur Rós,” Scottish singer/songwriter Jo Hamilton is among the chamber folk scene’s most intriguing and eclectic performers. Delivered to a Jamaican mom and Kenyan dad, she spent her years as a child developing up in the remote control Scottish Highlands, two mls through the nearest neighbor, but also spent intervals journeying with her family members around Turkey, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka. After learning the viola at Edinburgh’s Napier College or university, she obtained a scholarship on the Birmingham Conservatoire, where she also uncovered her singing abilities. She documented and created her debut record, Palace Place, in 2000, and was asked by Fairport Convention creator Ashley Hutchings to execute along with his Albion Band and afterwards, the Rainbow Chasers, on the European trips. After assisting Damien Grain, Michelle Surprised, and Black’s Colin Vearncombe, she started work on fresh material with maker Jon Cotton, the consequence of that was 2009’s Dress, an ambitious group of electronic-based folk tunes that received four celebrities over the broadsheet music press. Hamilton also produced some movies to accompany the recording, which was later on re-released in 2011, with three reward tracks.