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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

478 Ratings

478 Ratings

Woo first review!

luckymeblp,

I love this girl's voice. I like the raspy, Melissa Etheridge-esque voice and the power behind her voice. This album seems to have the same sound throughout though. There are a couple of ballads (Unbeautiful and Dead But Breathing) but most everything else seems like a teenage angst album with some power pop here and there. It's a great first effort but I look forward to seeing if her music matures with a sophomore album.

She is amazing!

MusicLover101613,

You gotta love a rocker girl. She writes great lyrics and puts it to great music! Amazing find!!!!

Not so unbeautiful

littledidtheyknow,

Amazing! Very relatable! Roy's vocals are strong and convey passion

About Lesley Roy

A songwriter, guitarist, and singer with a powerhouse voice that belies her years, Lesley Roy grew up in Balbriggan, County Dublin, Ireland. Her mother was a gigging singer, so Roy was exposed early to the life of a musician. She started playing guitar at the age of seven, finally getting her own guitar at 11 years old, and began writing songs. When she was 15, Roy started recording demos of her material with local producer and musician Rory O'Connor, and eventually signed a deal with Glenn Herlihy's independent Religion Music label. Roy's considerable talent and potential caught the attention of Jeff Foster at Jive Records, and the two labels agreed to foot the bill jointly for Roy's first album project. A single, "There'll Be Angels," was released early in 2008, followed by the album proper, Silently Screaming, in the spring of 2008. ~ Steve Leggett

  • ORIGIN
    Dublin, Ireland
  • BORN
    1987

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