Fiona Bevan is a multi-platinum selling English singer-songwriter from Suffolk, who lives in Hackney, London. She co-wrote the song "Little Things" with Ed Sheeran which became a number-one single in 13 countries for One Direction. She also co-wrote "Voodoo Doll" with 5 Seconds Of Summer for their self-titled debut, and also co-wrote "One Night" for Ben Haenow with Ben, Rick Parkhouse and George Tizzard for his deluxe debut album. She also co-wrote the single "Sex and Violence" with Laura Welsh, as well as working with Billie Marten, including co-writing Marten's first single "Heavy Weather", produced by Cameron Blackwood and chosen as Huw Stephens' Single of the Week on BBC Radio 1. She performed on Gwyneth Herbert's album The Sea Cabinet, sharing writing credits on two of the songs. Her

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  • Fiona Bevan is a multi-platinum selling English singer-songwriter from Suffolk, who lives in Hackney, London. She co-wrote the song "Little Things" with Ed Sheeran which became a number-one single in 13 countries for One Direction. She also co-wrote "Voodoo Doll" with 5 Seconds Of Summer for their self-titled debut, and also co-wrote "One Night" for Ben Haenow with Ben, Rick Parkhouse and George Tizzard for his deluxe debut album. She also co-wrote the single "Sex and Violence" with Laura Welsh, as well as working with Billie Marten, including co-writing Marten's first single "Heavy Weather", produced by Cameron Blackwood and chosen as Huw Stephens' Single of the Week on BBC Radio 1. She performed on Gwyneth Herbert's album The Sea Cabinet, sharing writing credits on two of the songs. Her debut solo studio album Talk to Strangers (April 2014) was released on Navigator Records. She has toured as support to Nick Mulvey, Ryan Keen, Ed Sheeran, Hawksley Workman, Ingrid Michaelson, Gwyneth Herbert, Luke Friend and Bill Bailey. In 2015 she completed a tour of Canada, supporting Hawksley Workman and the year before that Fiona completed a tour of Australia supporting Busby Marou. Bevan also runs a residency night at Servant Jazz Quarters, Dalston, London called "Fiona Bevan Presents" which has so far featured acts including Mercury Prize-nominated Sam Lee and Ed Harcourt, who also remixed her first single, "The Machine" in 2014. (en)
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  • Fiona Bevan is a multi-platinum selling English singer-songwriter from Suffolk, who lives in Hackney, London. She co-wrote the song "Little Things" with Ed Sheeran which became a number-one single in 13 countries for One Direction. She also co-wrote "Voodoo Doll" with 5 Seconds Of Summer for their self-titled debut, and also co-wrote "One Night" for Ben Haenow with Ben, Rick Parkhouse and George Tizzard for his deluxe debut album. She also co-wrote the single "Sex and Violence" with Laura Welsh, as well as working with Billie Marten, including co-writing Marten's first single "Heavy Weather", produced by Cameron Blackwood and chosen as Huw Stephens' Single of the Week on BBC Radio 1. She performed on Gwyneth Herbert's album The Sea Cabinet, sharing writing credits on two of the songs. Her (en)
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