Two Ways Home

Alternative Country with a unique and unexpected twist




About Two Ways Home

Two Ways Home are the songwriters and alt-country/folk duo Isabella Mariee, originally from Vienna and Lewis Fowler, who grew up in Gloucestershire. Now based in London, the pair have gone from strength to strength since the release of their debut EP ‘Wood For Trees’(March 2015). The band have enjoyed radio play across the UK & Europe, toured internationally, sharing stages with artists across the country/Americana spectrum from Phil Vassar to The Shires and have been featured extensively in print publications including Maverick Magazine, Record Collector and The Sun, with the latter describing their sound as “…crystal clear harmonies tinged with melancholy”.

The acclaimed follow up EP, ‘Better Days’ highlighted as “a stunning piece of art” by One on One Music secured their reputation as a key player in the UK country & folk scene, with single ‘Just For Now’ played across BBC Regional Radio, Amazing Radio and on Chris Country among others. Described by The Upcoming as ”unique, unexpected and brilliant”, interest in their music has also led to increasing demand for Two Ways Home as a songwriting team, with other artists turning to the duo to bring their distinctive sound to collaborations and co-writes. They have written with/for UK and American artists such as Liz McClarnon (Atomic Kitten), Twinnie and Charlie Worsham to name a few. Two Ways Home also run a Nashville-style writers round(The RoundUp) in London, which is steadily growing in popularity and has seen all of the previously mentioned artists perform at their events.
After a well received third EP, ‘Closest Stranger’ and the release of 2 alone standing singles; ‘Outlaws’ and ‘As I Leave’. Two Ways Home have had a festival packed summer, with appearances at The Long Road Festival as well as Nashville Meets London and Millport Country Festival and finished 2018 with an upbeat, energy driven performance at Nash Nights at Under The Bridge.

2019 is set to be an exciting year for Two Ways Home, after raising £10,000 for the recording of their debut Album, which is due for release later on this year, they will also be touring extensively in the UK, Europe and America.


“Crystal clear harmonies tinged with melancholy” - The Sun

“A stunning piece of art” - One on One Music