Born into a music-loving family, Ella O’Connor Williams a.k.a Squirrel Flower's career path was never a doubt. Growing up with a father who was a jazz musician, Williams was highly influenced by his passion and involved herself in some of his gigs. She learned to play the guitar by herself while also studying for a degree in music. Eventually, she found her place in rock music and adopted the moniker Squirrel Flower while playing at small-time gigs. Highlighted by heavy riffs and smooth vocals, her songs such as "Seasonal Affective Disorder” and “Belly Of The City” have become instant hits among fans of rock.
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