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Fiona Silver Shares ‘Hot Tears’. “You really wanna. You know you do.”

Thought you’d never get that rock n’ roll glamor of your memories again, eh? You doubting Thomas, you. Well, Fiona Silver, can help you ease your anxiety.

The powerhouse singer/songwriter, guitarist, and Brooklyn-ite rocks your world as she kicks you hard with rockstar vibes, pastel shimmers, and lyrical winks.

“‘Hot Tears’ came together in pieces, from different bits of poetry,” said Fiona. “It is a collage of different moments and emotions, a montage of memories which culminated in Hot Tears… flushed with love, grief, frustration and heartache.”

PAPER Magazine had said; “Atop jangling guitars, and surf-rock drum rhythms, Silver channels an anguished Motown girl-group leader under the spell of a lover who comes and goes like ocean waves.” Paste Magazine called Fiona: “…femme fatale, an heiress apparent to Amy Winehouse… or a modern day chanteuse given her spit and sass, Fiona Silver clearly demands immediate attention.”

High praise indeed.

But you don’t need to be reading to get the full vibe. For Fiona’s sheen, both animalistic and visceral, drives at your boldest secrets, casting the locks off, and let’s you roar like a purring puddy-tat, looking for your next meal.

In the best traditions of Amy Winehouse, PJ Harvey, and Joan Jett, this rock-pop songstress, delivers with ample grit, while making you feel like a million dollars.

After spending the last year touring with Rock ‘n Roll/Blues Grammy Winner Gary Clark Jr., and even sharing the stage with Carlos Santana, Silver completed her first independent headlining tour on the east coast in 2019.

Fiona’s ramping up to release her EP, ‘Hostage Of Love’ in 2020.

Let’s have some fun with Fiona next @ Knitting Factory Brooklyn, December 21st.

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