Walthamstow-born singer-songwriter Olivia Dean is one polished artist. She began nurturing her gifts at a young age and like so many talented singers, attended the prestigious Brits school, where she worked on her songwriting craft.
Olivia Dean writes and sings about deeply relatable topics and has firmly established herself as a bit of a go-to girl for affairs of the heart. Her songs are relatable to anyone who has loved and lost. She writes about relationships with such an impressive maturity; hindsight is something most of us wish we had when processing a breakup and it’s something Olivia Dean has buckets full of. Every lyric is deeply personal and written about her own emotions and experiences, each song offers a plethora of relief to those suffering from various levels of heartache, all written from the female perspective, of course! Her new record The Hardest Part has a vintage soulful vibe with a nod to classic Motown, a genre that Dean loves. This isn’t your average breakup song, it’s a breakup song with a positive and witty spin on in it alongside Amy Winehouse style lyrical feels.