"... for enjoyable astonishment, nothing quite beats the singer-cellist Laura Moody. She plays lyrically; then as if it was a box for sound effects. She sings her own almost-pop songs, gurgles, hoots, wails, taps her throat with the bow. Yet it's all seamless, as if she, the cello and the music are a single organism."

The Irish Times

"Laura’s collaboration with all kinds of artists ... are what flavours her music. She seems to have soaked up fragments of these diverse influences, binding them together with her own fascination with her cello, and putting it all across with swagger, passion and wit."

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"... witty and imaginative songs, drawing on a multitude of vocal/cello timbres that match her scattergun lyrical turns and eccentric vocalising. Having toured with the Elysian Quartet and theatrical troupe The Gogmagogs, Moody presents a unique interface between her OTT energised delivery and classical/jazz/folk fare."

Time Out

"She combined the demented howl of PJ Harvey and the idiosyncrasies of Joanna Newsom. [Laura voted Best New Discovery of the 2009 festivals]"

The Observer Read more...

"mesmerisingly beautiful ... Her bow made a sound like a dawn chorus whilst her voice poured out such melancholy."

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"Her performance was truly mesmerising, and a visual delight as much as an auditory one."

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