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For a band, Little Fish are indeed small; there are only two of them. She’s JuJu who sings and plays guitar and he’s Nez who plays drums. As for strange? Maybe just a little bit. According to JuJu, “I think I’m quite odd which is why I find it quite hard to relate to myself as a musician. But when I get on stage I am at my most free and I feel really confident. When I sing I give it everything.”

“When I was young I wasn’t into music at all,” says JuJu. “I found it hard to listen to it. Music was over powering, over bearing and it affected me emotionally so I ran away from it.” Then one day, ... Read more

For a band, Little Fish are indeed small; there are only two of them. She’s JuJu who sings and plays guitar and he’s Nez who plays drums. As for strange? Maybe just a little bit. According to JuJu, “I think I’m quite odd which is why I find it quite hard to relate to myself as a musician. But when I get on stage I am at my most free and I feel really confident. When I sing I give it everything.”

“When I was young I wasn’t into music at all,” says JuJu. “I found it hard to listen to it. Music was over powering, over bearing and it affected me emotionally so I ran away from it.” Then one day, she borrowed an old guitar, got a chord book and wrote a song. It took two years to create Little Fish – JuJu, who as well as singing writes the songs, met Nez in an Oxford fish and chip shop – not the obvious place to search for the glue that will hold a band together. Nez is far more disciplined. He’s been playing drums since he was 5 and has developed his unique style by playing everything from big band jazz to rock. He’s JuJu’s backbone.

For JuJu music is a love/hate thing, it really affects her emotionally. Emotion is a word that is ever present when listening to JuJu delivering her poetic lyrics over their stripped down, ready to rock music. Her songwriting comes from her French mother who wrote songs when she was younger and from her granddad who wrote them while a prisoner of war. For JuJu doing other people’s songs was never an option.

It’s only now, having completed their first album with Linda Perry in Los Angeles, that she even feels ready to listen to other people’s music, confident in the knowledge of who she is and who they are. It was an unconscious need to keep it original. “I would hear music coming from the kitchen – a lot of blues because my father loves Ray Charles and BB King while my mum played Jacques Brel. It kind of seeped into my veins.”

People have said that JuJu’s spirit reminds them of Patti Smith, while others have mentioned Grace Slick; JuJu’s voice haunts and mesmerizes in a similar way. What’s in evidence throughout the band’s music is passion and intelligence, maybe even a little anger, but it’s melodic and true to the song. The Little Fish album is all real drums – half of it is live – no click track, no overdubs. Linda Perry gave JuJu a really hard time in the studio and pushed her with her writing. According to JuJu, Linda is a, “Fearless, bolshie, American rock star/super star who believes in herself.” It’s rubbed off on JuJu helping to create music with serious attitude.

“She would send me away to a room and say don’t come out until you’ve got it finished. She told me she has never been so tough on any artist that’s she’s worked with, but she showed me what I have inside and brought the best out in me.” Listening to their music you can hear this creativity in all its glory. “I have to be by myself in a room when I’m writing so no one can hear me shouting and screaming like something out of The Exorcist. Some people can write in public, but not me. For me it’s a solitary experience, so I can unlock my lyrics and bare my soul and inspiration.”

Their first album is due out on Custard Records/Island in Septemeber 2010. They have been performing around the UK and Europe and have recently supported Them Crooked Vultures at The Royal Albert Hall, in a busy last year of touring they have also supported Supergrass, Dave Matthews Band, Doves, Placebo, Alice In Chains, Hole, Juliette Lewis, Eagles of Death Metal and Spinnerette.

Three of their songs are available for download on Rock Band.

The name Little Fish is the result of Juju’s daydream: “Feel free, I wake up in a head spin. I am me. I am just a Little Fish. I see what I see…”

Strange but true…
Quotes

“Little Fish had the raw rock spark that doesn’t depend on fame.” — John Pareles, New York Times 2010

“My new Patti Smith. Juju has an amazing voice.” — Gaz Coombes, Supergrass, 2008

“When it comes to hearing good new bands for the first time, there’s sit-up-and-take-notice music and there’s jump-up-and-accidentally-bang-your-head-on-the-ceiling music. Little Fish are the first, immediately transposed by the second.” — Dave, BBC Radio Oxford, 2008

“Little Fish are destined to rule the airwaves.” — BBC Radio Oxford, The Download, 2008

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

For a band, Little Fish are indeed small; there are only two of them. She’s JuJu who sings and plays guitar and he’s Nez who plays drums. As for strange? Maybe just a little bit. According to JuJu, “I think I’m quite odd which is why I find it quite hard to relate to myself as a musician. But when I get on stage I am at my most free and I feel really confident. When I sing I give it everything.”

“When I was young I wasn’t into music at all,” says JuJu. “I found it hard to listen to it. Music was over powering, over bearing and it affected me emotionally so I ran away from it.” Then one day, she borrowed an old guitar, got a chord book and wrote a song. It took two years to create Little Fish – JuJu, who as well as singing writes the songs, met Nez in an Oxford fish and chip shop – not the obvious place to search for the glue that will hold a band together. Nez is far more disciplined. He’s been playing drums since he was 5 and has developed his unique style by playing everything from big band jazz to rock. He’s JuJu’s backbone.

For JuJu music is a love/hate thing, it really affects her emotionally. Emotion is a word that is ever present when listening to JuJu delivering her poetic lyrics over their stripped down, ready to rock music. Her songwriting comes from her French mother who wrote songs when she was younger and from her granddad who wrote them while a prisoner of war. For JuJu doing other people’s songs was never an option.

It’s only now, having completed their first album with Linda Perry in Los Angeles, that she even feels ready to listen to other people’s music, confident in the knowledge of who she is and who they are. It was an unconscious need to keep it original. “I would hear music coming from the kitchen – a lot of blues because my father loves Ray Charles and BB King while my mum played Jacques Brel. It kind of seeped into my veins.”

People have said that JuJu’s spirit reminds them of Patti Smith, while others have mentioned Grace Slick; JuJu’s voice haunts and mesmerizes in a similar way. What’s in evidence throughout the band’s music is passion and intelligence, maybe even a little anger, but it’s melodic and true to the song. The Little Fish album is all real drums – half of it is live – no click track, no overdubs. Linda Perry gave JuJu a really hard time in the studio and pushed her with her writing. According to JuJu, Linda is a, “Fearless, bolshie, American rock star/super star who believes in herself.” It’s rubbed off on JuJu helping to create music with serious attitude.

“She would send me away to a room and say don’t come out until you’ve got it finished. She told me she has never been so tough on any artist that’s she’s worked with, but she showed me what I have inside and brought the best out in me.” Listening to their music you can hear this creativity in all its glory. “I have to be by myself in a room when I’m writing so no one can hear me shouting and screaming like something out of The Exorcist. Some people can write in public, but not me. For me it’s a solitary experience, so I can unlock my lyrics and bare my soul and inspiration.”

Their first album is due out on Custard Records/Island in Septemeber 2010. They have been performing around the UK and Europe and have recently supported Them Crooked Vultures at The Royal Albert Hall, in a busy last year of touring they have also supported Supergrass, Dave Matthews Band, Doves, Placebo, Alice In Chains, Hole, Juliette Lewis, Eagles of Death Metal and Spinnerette.

Three of their songs are available for download on Rock Band.

The name Little Fish is the result of Juju’s daydream: “Feel free, I wake up in a head spin. I am me. I am just a Little Fish. I see what I see…”

Strange but true…
Quotes

“Little Fish had the raw rock spark that doesn’t depend on fame.” — John Pareles, New York Times 2010

“My new Patti Smith. Juju has an amazing voice.” — Gaz Coombes, Supergrass, 2008

“When it comes to hearing good new bands for the first time, there’s sit-up-and-take-notice music and there’s jump-up-and-accidentally-bang-your-head-on-the-ceiling music. Little Fish are the first, immediately transposed by the second.” — Dave, BBC Radio Oxford, 2008

“Little Fish are destined to rule the airwaves.” — BBC Radio Oxford, The Download, 2008

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

For a band, Little Fish are indeed small; there are only two of them. She’s JuJu who sings and plays guitar and he’s Nez who plays drums. As for strange? Maybe just a little bit. According to JuJu, “I think I’m quite odd which is why I find it quite hard to relate to myself as a musician. But when I get on stage I am at my most free and I feel really confident. When I sing I give it everything.”

“When I was young I wasn’t into music at all,” says JuJu. “I found it hard to listen to it. Music was over powering, over bearing and it affected me emotionally so I ran away from it.” Then one day, she borrowed an old guitar, got a chord book and wrote a song. It took two years to create Little Fish – JuJu, who as well as singing writes the songs, met Nez in an Oxford fish and chip shop – not the obvious place to search for the glue that will hold a band together. Nez is far more disciplined. He’s been playing drums since he was 5 and has developed his unique style by playing everything from big band jazz to rock. He’s JuJu’s backbone.

For JuJu music is a love/hate thing, it really affects her emotionally. Emotion is a word that is ever present when listening to JuJu delivering her poetic lyrics over their stripped down, ready to rock music. Her songwriting comes from her French mother who wrote songs when she was younger and from her granddad who wrote them while a prisoner of war. For JuJu doing other people’s songs was never an option.

It’s only now, having completed their first album with Linda Perry in Los Angeles, that she even feels ready to listen to other people’s music, confident in the knowledge of who she is and who they are. It was an unconscious need to keep it original. “I would hear music coming from the kitchen – a lot of blues because my father loves Ray Charles and BB King while my mum played Jacques Brel. It kind of seeped into my veins.”

People have said that JuJu’s spirit reminds them of Patti Smith, while others have mentioned Grace Slick; JuJu’s voice haunts and mesmerizes in a similar way. What’s in evidence throughout the band’s music is passion and intelligence, maybe even a little anger, but it’s melodic and true to the song. The Little Fish album is all real drums – half of it is live – no click track, no overdubs. Linda Perry gave JuJu a really hard time in the studio and pushed her with her writing. According to JuJu, Linda is a, “Fearless, bolshie, American rock star/super star who believes in herself.” It’s rubbed off on JuJu helping to create music with serious attitude.

“She would send me away to a room and say don’t come out until you’ve got it finished. She told me she has never been so tough on any artist that’s she’s worked with, but she showed me what I have inside and brought the best out in me.” Listening to their music you can hear this creativity in all its glory. “I have to be by myself in a room when I’m writing so no one can hear me shouting and screaming like something out of The Exorcist. Some people can write in public, but not me. For me it’s a solitary experience, so I can unlock my lyrics and bare my soul and inspiration.”

Their first album is due out on Custard Records/Island in Septemeber 2010. They have been performing around the UK and Europe and have recently supported Them Crooked Vultures at The Royal Albert Hall, in a busy last year of touring they have also supported Supergrass, Dave Matthews Band, Doves, Placebo, Alice In Chains, Hole, Juliette Lewis, Eagles of Death Metal and Spinnerette.

Three of their songs are available for download on Rock Band.

The name Little Fish is the result of Juju’s daydream: “Feel free, I wake up in a head spin. I am me. I am just a Little Fish. I see what I see…”

Strange but true…
Quotes

“Little Fish had the raw rock spark that doesn’t depend on fame.” — John Pareles, New York Times 2010

“My new Patti Smith. Juju has an amazing voice.” — Gaz Coombes, Supergrass, 2008

“When it comes to hearing good new bands for the first time, there’s sit-up-and-take-notice music and there’s jump-up-and-accidentally-bang-your-head-on-the-ceiling music. Little Fish are the first, immediately transposed by the second.” — Dave, BBC Radio Oxford, 2008

“Little Fish are destined to rule the airwaves.” — BBC Radio Oxford, The Download, 2008

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.