Jenny Dalton taught herself how to play the piano at a young age after she fell in love with the instrument at a neighbor\'s house. She began writing songs on a Casio synthesizer when she was 7 years old and continued onto the ivories when her parents bought her a parlor piano at age 9.
Always an appreciator of sub-culture pop, her influences come from the black chords and sonic layers of favorite artists like The Smiths, The Cure, Tori Amos, Kate Bush, Peter Murphy, Kristen Hersh and more.
She founded independent record label, Glossy Shoebox Productions and began self-producing on her debut release, Fleur de Lily (2006). In collaboration with producers and DJs from Germany, England, Greece and the US, Carbon Lily Remixes (2007), is a collection of club remixes of songs from Fleur de Lily.
Rusalka\'s Umbrella (2008) is her second self-produced studio project accompanied by her first book entitled Daughters of the Dead Sea (2008). The CD and book are concept projects based on the element of water.