Born and raised near Paris of Martiniquan and French heritage, but now based in London, Léa Sen showcases her extensive sonic palette as a guitarist, singer-songwriter, producer and mixer and has quickly established herself as one of the capital’s most in-demand talents.

Signing to Partisan Records in 2022, Léa Sen has seen a stellar rise suggestive of a talent far beyond her years. Her introspection and vocal talent has seen critical acclaim from The FADER, The Guardian, Crack Magazine, Dummy, Notion, The Independent and more and she has received radio support on BBC 6Music, Radio 1, 1Xtra and Apple Music 1, and a nomination as an AIM Award One To Watch.

While her solo work references everything from Bon Iver’s electronic timbre and folk guitars to Sampha’s impressionistic lyricism, her collaborations have seen her flitting between gossamer vocal features for Joy Orbison, Vegyn, Oscar Jerome, Nilüfer Yanya and Wu-Lu, amongst others as well as touring with Nilüfer Yanya, Nick Hakim and Speakers Corner Quartet.