Jane Weaver has been making music since the early '90s, having spent time in Britpop-era band Kill Laura and early-'00s folktronica act Misty Dixon, and more recently with solo work mixes elements of folk, baroque psychedelia, indie rock and prog. She just released Flock, which adds a dose of danceable pop to her sound and is her most accessible album to date. You can stream the whole thing below.
We asked Jane to tell us about the influences behind Flock, which include music, film, art and musical gear, plus a few feathered friends as you might expect given the album's title and artwork which has her surrounded by birdhouses. Check out her list, complete with commentary, below.