The songs of Me, Thee & E tell the tales of their world - relationships, society, philosophy and politics all weaved through abstract narratives. Tom is a jack of all trades, a failed jazz pianist who picked up the guitar and fell in love with the sounds of the folk giants, from John Martyn through to Martin Simpson, and Evie is a classical singer who didn't practice her scales enough and decided she preferred singing her own songs instead. They draw on these collective failures to bring you a rather lovely melting pot of sounds and stories from their world. You’ll hear extravagant guitar solos, soaring vocal extrapolations, sombre folk ballads and rousing choruses, belted through soprano lungs.
Evie and Tom are vibrant live performers and you should expect exciting, improvised interplay between vocal and guitar and many a story from these young troubadours.
"Soars between folk and jazz. Just a touch of a gutsy blues roar. There is an unstudied effortless cool that shines from this album." FATEA
“After a concert with Me, Thee & E the listener will feel like they have made such a secret discovery. They manage to connect with the listener on a profound level” Lancashire Life Magazine