‘Leaves from the Family Tree’ (2012) £9.99 (CD) £7.99 (digital) £7.99 (iTunes)
‘Leaves from the Family Tree’ released through Wild Sound Recordings features musical collaborations with Sherlock composer Michael Price, Adem, Erin McKeown and Anna Phoebe. “pure folk pop genius” Ruth Barnes, 6Music. “just shows, all you need is talent…. in this case; one woman, a guitar and a voice” Tom Robinson, 6Music. “be swept up by the sheer sense of joy” Netrhythms.
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Albums also available here in both CD and digital download formats.
‘Fingers & Thumbs’ (2007) £5.99 (CD) £12.99/£14.99 (Vinyl) £7.99 (iTunes)
Polly’s second studio album ‘Fingers & Thumbs’, released through One Little Indian Records, recorded/produced by acclaimed Ken Nelson (Coldplay, Gomez, Badly Drawn Boy) in Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios during 5 weeks in 2006. Featuring a much more electric sound and the beginnings of choir tendencies which would blossom on ‘Leaves…’. Rastko Rasic on drums, and the formidable Italian Alessandro Maranca on electric bass.
‘Fights & Numbers’ (2007) £7.99 (iTunes)
The acoustic sister-record to ‘Fingers & Thumbs’, containing alternative more acoustic versions of all the songs featured on ‘Fingers & Thumbs’. Digital-only release through One Little Indian Records. Recorded in Polly’s shed and at her parents’ house in Croxton, Cambridgeshire.
‘Scissors In My Pocket’ (2004) £5.99 (CD) £14.99 (Vinyl) £7.99 (iTunes)
Polly’s first self-produced shed-recorded album ‘Scissors In My Pocket’, released through One Little Indian Records, was critically acclaimed when it came out in 2004. “complete pure and personal” **** Mojo; “the finest British female singer-songwriter to emerge in the last 12 months” **** Uncut; “my favourite album from the UK this year” Nic Harcourt KCRW.
Cosmic Rosy Spine Kites (2004) £5.99 (CD) £7.99 (iTunes)
The acoustic sister-record to ‘Scissors In My Pocket’, containing alternative versions of all the songs, including a live gig supporting Jamie Cullum in Manchester in 2004, and 4 tracks recorded a capella with strings. Released through One Little Indian Records. Recorded in Bridgewater Hall, Manchester and Tooting.