I mentioned that Booth reminds me of the likes of Bridgers and Baker, artists who write into their sadness, choosing to talk about emotions in a contemporary voice that situates their feelings in the present. “It’s nice to see stronger female voices in music, especially in Scotland” she tells me.
Booth is just fresh from gigging for International Women’s Day, something that she feels quite strongly about. “I want to see equality in music. It’s attainable, but there’s still a bit to go. I want to be even footed with men.”