Fiona Bevan is a multi-platinum selling songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist, lyricist and arranger from Suffolk, UK. With Ed Sheeran she co-wrote One Direction’s hit song ‘Little Things’ which went straight to number 1 in 13 countries from their globally chart-topping album ‘Take Me Home’. Fiona Bevan and Ed Sheeran won BMI awards for the song in October 2014. In March 2017, Fiona co-wrote the comeback lead single ‘Scared Of The Dark’ for Steps (Fascination Records).
Fiona also wrote ‘Voodoo Doll’ with 5 Seconds of Summer which features on their debut album which was number 1 in 8 countries. She also co-wrote Ben Haenow’s ‘One Night’ from his top 10 debut album (Syco), and he named his tour the ‘One Night Tour’ after the song.
Fiona has been writing with Laura Welsh and their first single ‘Sex And Violence’ has been synced in the new ITV drama Unforgotten and premiered in Spin Magazine. Fiona has also been helping to develop Chess Club Records/Sony’s brand new signing Billie Marten, including co-writing Billie’s first single ‘Heavy Weather’, produced by Cameron Blackwood and chosen as Huw Stephens’ Single Of The Week on BBC Radio 1. She also co-wrote Billie’s debut EP title track ‘Ribbon’; the song gained radio support from Lauren Laverne, Fearne Cotton and Zane Lowe and featured in Nylon, Clash, HungerTV and Vogue.
Fiona has also been writing with Sacha Skarbek, Jonathan Quarmby (Mercury Prize), Beverley Knight (Warners), Una Foden (The Saturdays), Daniel Merriweather (Mark Ronson), Rhys Lewids (Decca), James Arthur (Sony Germany), Fast Lane (Japan), Nick Hodgson (Kaiser Chiefs), Jessica Mauboy (Sony), Nabiha (Sony), Michael Angelo (Sam Smith), Little Hours (Sony), Dan Dare (Kolidescopes, Charlie XCX), Mikill Pane (Mercury), Mr Hudson, Lola Lennox, Bella Hardy (BBC 2 Folk Singer Of The Year), Joel Cadbury (UNKLE), The Overtones (Warner), Little Sea (Sony), Luke Friend, Stuart Crichton, and Grammy winners Michael Bolton, David Hodges, John Shanks, Fraser T Smith and Jimmy Hogarth.
Fiona’s own debut studio album as an artist came out in 2014 in UK, Europe, Japan and Australia and had a huge sync with HSBC, plus releases in 2015 in the USA and in Canada on Universal Music Canada / Convexe.
In addition to co-writing Red with Laura Welsh, this year Fiona has also collaborated with Chess Club Records/Sony’s brand new signing Billie Marten, including the singles Live, Lionhearted and Heavy Weather. Autumn 2016 also sees the release of Tom Walker’s stunning single Play Dead co-written by Fiona Bevan for Relentless. Beyond her 2016 releases with aforementioned critically acclaimed Billie Marten, MAX and Little Sea, Fiona Bevan continues to write for new projects such as Conchita Wurst (Sony Austria), No Frill Twins (Universal Australia), Måns Zelmerlöw (Warner Sweden), Lights (Warners US), James Morrison (Republic), Cousin Marnie (Epic), Lily-Rundle Moore (Closer), Joseph J Jones (Communion), and Robin Packalen (Warners Germany).
Recently, Fiona has been working with Max George (The Wanted) in L.A and the multi-platinum selling song-writer Heroism. Her song Angel Like You by Una Healey (The Saturdays) features in the credits of the motion picture ‘Mums List’. Her music featured in the hit American T.V Show Younger for Darren Star Productions.