"I first started writing soul tunes on the guitar when I was about 14 and then went on to sing and make electronic music with two brilliant computer geeks at school," she says. "Then I got into DJing and making my own tunes and have been a bedroom pop producing hermit ever since".
In an interview with Clixie.com, the Nottingham native also described how she is following in the footsteps of other bedroom-producing greats like Daniel Bedingfield and Craig David.
"It's DIY in that I write, record and produce everything in my bedroom," she explains. In fact she didn't even leave her bedroom at all for her 'In The City' collaboration with Citizen which she says was made "via music ping-pong, sending each other bits of music back and forth".
So if you were wondering about that sort of thing, now you know.