Keeley Forsyth
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Keeley Forsyth is a composer, singer and actor from Oldham in the north-west of England.

On Debris:

“[Forsyth’s] album Debris is one of the most remarkable in years”
The Sunday Times

“Debris is an astonishing debut, not just for the power of the songs, but for the journey they trace”
8/10 Uncut

“A shivery descendent of Scott Walker’s Tilt, a more unsettling older sister of Aldous Harding’s Designer
The Guardian

“This deeply melancholic brand of haunting, sparse folk is as intoxicating as it is unsettling”
4/5 Q

“An arid and beautiful debut”
7.6 Pitchfork

“Reminiscent of Nico, or Karen Dalton, Beth Gibbons at the edges - leaving the deepest impression”
4/5 Mojo

“This really is breathtakingly good”
Electronic Sound

“Melancholic, contemplative and deeply devastating… If more debuts in 2020 are this good it’ll be a fine year”
8/10 Loud & Quiet

“Otherworldly: think Karen Dalton, Nico or Anohni”
8/10 Long Live Vinyl

“A brooding, melancholic listen”
the Quietus

“It may be only January, but Debris gives the overwhelming impression that one of the defining releases of 2020 may already be upon us”
9/10 Music OMH

Debris can join Nick Cave’s last two albums as the soundtrack to your loneliest moments, the hand you will want to grasp when you come apart, a voice that will touch your sadness and change your world tonight”
9/10 God Is In The TV



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