Featured in The Times, Metro and The Mail Online along with a double page spread in Hello Magazine and a live performance and interview on BBC R4's Woman's Hour, her mastery of pop-country hooks and relatable emotional storytelling has earned her comparison with early Taylor Swift & Emmylou Harris on BBC Radio 2 from country music legend Brad Paisley. She’s been pinned as one of the UK’s fastest rising talents.
Bailey’s remarkable appeal to the national media was showcased again in summer 2021 when her G7 summit protest song ‘Bright Red’ reached #1 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts and was featured on The Times, The FT, The Independent, BBC Newscast, BBC Radio4 and Times Radio, where she was interviewed by the legendary Mariella Frostrup. Bailey also has strong associations with the Music Declares Emergency group including running IG takeovers for them during the G7 event.
Bailey is a strong live performer and has spent the last couple years performing at festivals and venues around the UK such as Boardmasters, O2 Academy Islington 2 (sold out) and The Clapham Grand supporting artists like Nick Mulvey at Rock Oyster, KT Tunstall at Tunes On The Sands and Liam Gallagher on the virtual Music Feeds with her band and solo. Bailey has also recorded a session for Bob Harris’ ‘Under The Apple Tree’ that is scheduled for release early 2022
She’s performed live sessions for Levi’s and DC shoes and has been signed to Select Models Talent Roster, modelling for brands like Nike, Roxy, Speedo and Animal.
Influenced by Sam Fender, Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift and Phoebe Bridgers, Bailey’s sound has evolved into an indie pop/nu-folk direction and is currently working on an EP featuring Rex Orange County’s saxophone player, Michael Underwood.