Fiona Bevan is an English singer-songwriter from Suffolk, who currently lives in London. Bevan is of British and Canadian parentage. Her great grandmother was romantic novelist D. E. Stevenson and Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson was her great-great grandfather's cousin. She was born in Bulmer in Essex, brought up in Suffolk and went to secondary school in Colchester.
Fiona Bevan's debut EP In The Swimming Pool was released in 2007. Her debut studio album Plant Your Heart was released in 2009 on the Fallen Idol label. A second EP Us and the Darkness was released in 2011 on Venus Climbing. Bevan's second album, Talk To Strangers was released in 2014 on Navigator Records in the UK, Planet Music in Australia and P-Vine in Japan. In 2015 it was released on Convexe / Universal Music in Canada, and Convexe in USA. The album's twelve songs were written by Fiona Bevan, arranged and played by Fiona Bevan and Shawn Lee produced by Shawn Le and engineered by Pierre Duplan in Bloomsbury, London and mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios, San Francisco.