Since starting out as a London Underground busker, Zoë Wren has been invited to play shows from the Cambridge Folk Festival to opening for Ralph McTell. Described as “refreshingly bold”, her songs hook you from the first line, and have been heard on BBC Radio 2 and London Live. Zoë's debut album Reckless River was named Fatea's Debut Album of the Year 2020, its lyrics “gloriously delivered with intonation, inflections and high notes which evoke Joni Mitchell at her very best” according to Folk Radio UK.
Zoë has also appeared on The One Show, BBC One, promoting her work with music and dementia for charity Live Music Now. A previous winner of the PRS Lynsey de Paul Prize, Zoë’s album was supported by grants from the Alan Surtees Trust and the Drake YolanDa Award, as well as the generous contributions of her community on Twitch, where she is a Twitch Partner and livestreams every week to thousands of viewers around the world. Zoë also performs with Jasmine Watkiss as duo Roswell, winners of Purbeck Rising 2018 and Celtic Connections Danny Kyle finalists.