Francesca Lee brings home a welcome sound from this talented singer/songwriter. She has a message that she easily delivers with her striking songs and vocals. Francesca delivers a dynamic performance throughout.

Musical Discoveries - Contemporary, progressive and crossover female vocalists

“ Instantly likable and sing-able, it is a sincere compliment when I say Lee's songs could easily be a soundtrack to a primetime drama. "Fly" along with "Maybe Today," "Losing You," and "Truth and Lies" are musical gems and most defining of Lee's luscious piano pop. ”

Camille Ikalina Robles - VENUSZINE

“Her vocals were achingly heartfelt, and sung with an emotional resonance... more a jazz chanteuse than a typical pop singer. Her songs wouldn't be out of place next to the likes of Norah Jones or Dido. ”

Patrick Owens - SF Indie Examiner

“This is a very personal album, with lyrics that ring true to life. The music is light, airy pop with a melancholy tone, delicate and cleverly arranged. Thoroughly lovely stuff. ”

Kirsty Evans - East Bay Express

“An emotionally brave vocalist and songwriter who handles quite well the delicate task of evoking both strength and deeply felt passion, as well as vulnerability and thoughtful restraint”

PC Muñoz - Pop Matters

“ This album is filled with lovely, melodic songs that channel more Nerina Pallot or Beth Waters than any hipster folkie. Francesca’s voice is beautiful. It’s peaceful and calming and suits this type of music very nicely. I really really like it. A beautiful record. ”

Amy Lostsberg - Collected Sounds

"If you are in need of nostalgia and feeling a bit sentimental, then you might want to listen to Lee. Her voice is soft and sultry; she commands the attention of her audience. Almost instantly you'll find yourself singing along to her songs."

Leah Jorgensen - Redefine Magazine

“Fans of Bay area fave Francesca Lee will have an opportunity to hear the singer-songwriter’s latest songs.”

Dan Kimpel - Music Connection Magazine

“ A lovely mellow style with endearing lyrics.”

The Deli Magazine SF