Fiona Bevan

Fiona Bevan is one of the most in-demand top-liners to emerge on the music scene in recent years. Simon Cowell has described her song-writing skills as ‘pure genius’ while Tom Robinson at BBC 6 Music called her ‘absolutely brilliant’. An accomplished singer in her own right Bevan released her debut album, Talking To Strangers (Navigator) in UK, Europe, Japan and Australia and playing live around the world. With Ed Sheeran she co-wrote One Direction’s hit song Little Things (Syco) which went straight to number 1 in 13 countries. This culminated in the pair receiving a prestigious BMI Award for the global smash in October 2014. Fiona also wrote Voodoo Doll (Capitol) with 5 Seconds of Summer which features on their debut album which was number 1 in 8 countries.

Alongside her work with Laura Welsh in 2015, Fiona has also co-written four songs for Chess Club Records/Sony’s signing Billie Marten including singles Lionhearted and Heavy Weather. Autumn also sees the release of Tom Walker’s stunning single Play Dead co-written by Fiona Bevan for Relentless. Beyond her 2016 releases with aforementioned critically acclaimed Billie Marten, MAX and Little Sea, Fiona Bevan continues to write for new projects such as Conchita Wurst (Sony Austria), No Frill Twins (Universal Australia), Lights (Warners US), Callum Scott (Capital US), Beverley Knight (East West), Raja Kumari (Epic) and Robin Packalen (Warners Germany).