Dear Community.
It’s boarding time for London again. Thank you all for a great and busy month…FLO ♥ Domi Chansorn ♥ Olivier Zurkirchen ♥ Rebecca Vonlaufen ♥ Michael Flury ♥ Noah ♥ Stress and Band ♥ Vale and thank you Matthias for this video!
I noticed lots of people filming at our shows; send us your footage, we’d love to see our stupid faces from the outside!

Sebright Arms / London SOLO SHOW
Dalston Music Festival, venue TBA / London SOLO SHOW
Montreux Jazz Festival at The Rock Cave / Montreux




Hi there good people of anywhere.
This is some of what I will be doing in the summer:

07.06.2015 Usine, Genève w/ Shannon Wright
BLACK SABBATH Tribute at Secret location, Zürich
17.06.2015 Neubad, Luzern
19.06.2015 Schmittner Openair, Schmitten
14.07.2015 Secret Location, Bern
16.07.2015 Montreux Jazz Festival at Rock Cave, Montreux

Joining us for this little tour is Oli Zurkirchen on keys! Yeah! Check him out.
This means my hands are finally free so I get to hold on to a drink whilst singing. Or do lots of other things…we’ll see.

Come around.
Or don’t.

See you. // trouble.

(PS: Arrowhead will be out in September although at this point I would prefer to just bury it in an archive somewhere with a label reading “nice try” in shaky handwriting.)


This weekend I’m performing as Salomé at Théâtre L’Arsenic, Lausanne.

Saturday 21.3. // 10 PM
Sunday 22.3. // 9 PM

Still some tickets left. Get them here.
See you // never-ending-trouble.

Catharsis I-III.

I spent my winter out of control, burning, destroying mind-castles. The air is stagnant now and it smells of ashes. We recorded some standards for the comedown, from me to you; “Catharsis I-III”.

Click here to listen and download.

big love, hope you enjoy // never-ending-trouble.

Trouble: guitar, voice, overdubs // Flo: bass // Domi: drums on 1. and 2.
Recorded at G5, Zürich. Overdubs recorded in Arch 7, LDN.
January 2015.

1. Ribbon Bow
written by Huey Prince & Lou Singer (ca. 1930),
adapted from Karen Dalton’s version

2. Lilac Wine
written by James Shelton (1950)

3. River Of No Return
written by C. John Mockridge (1954), adapted from Scout Niblett’s version

Playing Salomé again.

I’m headed back to Switzerland this spring to perform once more as Salomé, in a remake of the opera classic by Richard Strauss.
Get more Infos here.

She’s a very crazy person, infinitely self-absorbed and prone to infatuation. A lovely little sociopath. And a thrilling part to play.

Also, I have a little Solo-Show on international women’s day here. (8th of March/ 8PM) with The Chikitas from Geneva.

See you there.