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Songwriter Tess Cunningham, a.k.a. Tess in Venice is known for her lyrical edge, honest and jaggedly beautiful music. Tess has been slowly and steadily releasing a string of well-received EPs and singles, garnering radio play and performing solo and with her band around London.

American Pancake had this to say about her most recent release ‘Show Me Summer’ on Midnight Cat Records

“I have always liked that Tess explores different flavors to her art and Show Me Summer has a strong free pop framework … it doesn’t feel over thought just care free, dreamy and, yes, with a patina of somberness too like the summer sway is peppered with pieces of a broken heart. Lovely stuff. I love this song.” —-Robb Donker

American Pancake review

Tess came to listener’s attention with her 2013 debut ‘Let’s Compare Scars’, a collection of piano driven songs full of dark intrigue as the title suggests.  ‘It is hard to believe that her EP is a debut, as she has a bedrock maturity that usually comes from developing many studio productions…..irrefutably original with a voice that could make an angel high-five her.’ —- Lisa Torem, Penny Black Music     

Let’s Compare Scars Review

Classically trained on the piano Tess took a deliberate step in the opposite direction with her 2015 follow up…abandoning the keys and teaching herself to play guitar. The result was ‘Flood Heart Fly’, the single ‘Once Upon A Time’ garnering support from Absolute Radio (Frank Skinner’s Show) with ‘hooks galore and a kind of hippie / garden rock underbelly’…all too brief a taste’ —- American Pancake

American Pancake Review

In 2016 Tess returned to the piano releasing a seven minute piece “Polly Psyche” a modern re-telling of the story of Cupid and Psyche.

Inspirer Life Feature on ‘Polly Psyche’

Tess’s piece ‘Music For Snow’  is currently being used for a choreographed ballet to be performed in her hometown of Melbourne Australia.

 

 

 

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