Lily Fisher is good at two things; letting her imagination get the best of her and singing. Nowhere is this better reflected than within the singer-songwriter's folk-pop creations. After spending her teenage years writing songs, in the summer of 2013, she finally recorded her stripped down collection of raw, diverse numbers. As a newly established artist, at the young age of nineteen, she has developed a supportive following from Sydney, enabling her to perform in showcases such as Songwriters Collective and Songwriters Live. With a voice reminiscent of Sarah McLachlan, and an overall style inspired by '60s folk artists such as Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, Fisher has created a unique sound for herself, weaving expressive lyricism around velvety, soaring melodies.