Strong world-music rhythms, subverted dance beats and hooky grooves create a canvas for genre defying and heart breakingly beautiful songs. There is an irresistible marriage between poetry, vocals and atmospheric soundscapes.

Note For a Child was formed in 2003 by Daniel Goodman and Susie Beattie who used to meet together once a week on a Tuesday night to have dinner and do some songwriting. Before they had a studio they would sit around the piano with a guitar, a bottle of wine and notebook.

The release of the free Limited Edition EP was the point when NFaC started to make waves. An effective website and successful early performances saw the messageboard carrying greetings from all over the world as the band began to work on their first full album in earnest.

Impossibly Beautiful was released for Christmas 2003 and soon became the critally acclaimed debut we know it to be today. Huge support from bookshops, festivals and fans followed the Glastonbury Unsigned Bands final and solid favourite ‘September Song’ found its way into the heart of Radio Two DJ Bob Harris.

In October 2005 the eagerly anticipated’ Eternal Curve’ became NFaC’s second studio album. A collection of songs to entertain and enchant, Eternal Curve looks set to amaze followers and win fans.

In 2006 Note For a Child look to the future with a new line-up after the departure of Daniel Goodman.

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