The defiantly wonderful music of Liz Green has been on our radar for longer than we can remember. We first crossed paths with her during a mindblowing, cathartic show at The End of the Road Festival a few years back and have followed the Wirral-born singer-songwriter closely since then, seeing her music develop and her confidence and ability as a performer grow.
She’s far from the ‘female Devendra Banhart’ tag that The Guardian threw at her nearly five years ago – indeed, Green’s recent debut O, Devotion! showcases a much bleaker and more compelling talent than that. We met up with Liz in December and took her to the charming Bar Solo in Camden, North London, for this take on album stand-out ‘Bad Medicine’.