A Female Power is the name of Boe's debut EP, an earthy, epic debut reminiscent of both Kate Bush and Bjork. The EP tells the stories of four female deities. 'We've been deprived of certain ways of seeing woman,' writes Boe, 'this EP is an exploration of the darker, more unexplored aspects.'
Produced by Boe, with additional production and mixing by Neeta Sarl, the EP is an entirely woman made thing. Brought to life by Aletta Dina on drums and Melanie Powell on synths and electronics, Boe fronts the band with her raw, ethereal vocal and electric guitar.
Boe performed the EP live for the first time at Union Chapel, voted London's favourite venue in Time Out, on 28th January 2018. The gig is part of an artist in residency where Boe brings the world of the EP to life through an immersive audio-visual theatrical show.
Previously Boe has been performing solo as an acoustic artist, playing live on Bob Harris' BBC Radio 2 show, as well as being featured in The Guardian and The Independent, and appearing on Charlie Brooker's BBC 4 programme Gameswipe. She now brings her craft of songwriting to a grittier, more visceral sound.
Every now and then a true artist arrives unapologetically on the world stage. Boe Huntress is one of those.
You now have the opportunity to become a patron of Boe's work. She'll be writing a song every month, which you'll have exclusive access to. This means Boe will be able to keep creating. For more info go to www.patreon.com/boehuntress.
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