Somber toned songwriter Naoise Roo’s music combines stark vulnerability with a dynamic visceral vocal delivery. Her debut album "Lilith", a collection of compelling tracks, examines the subjects of sex, death and relationships. The album is a force of nature, its daring truthful songwriting shows a commanding presence that insists you sit up and take notice. The musical styles range from hard grunge, to ambient electronica, lush indie rock and Jacque Brel-channeling burlesque. The diverse influences in her music have drawn comparisons to Radiohead, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave and Amanda Palmer.