Annie Booth is a young singer-songwriter based in Edinburgh. Performing her indie-rock tinged folk throughout Scotland, she creates melancholic songs with infectious melodies, tempered by poignant vocals.
Booth’s affecting debut album An Unforgiving Light was launched late 2017 (Scottish Fiction/Last Night From Glasgow) to much critical acclaim. The record was lauded as Roddy Hart’s Record of Note (BBC Radio Scotland) and featured in Vic Galloway’s Best Albums of 2017. This year has seen Booth perform at the BBC’s much loved Quay Sessions, alongside supporting folk-hero King Creosote and making a first appearance at Celtic Connections.
“Equally adept at wading into the contemplative waters of artists such as Laura Marling and Rachel Sermanni, or a sense of barbed cynicism…of Julia Jacklin or Courtney Barnett” – Tenement TV
“There’s raw emotion here … Booth takes on the big issues of existence and meaning with intelligence and vulnerability” – The National