FLING takes care of bookings and PR of Ebony Bones and made collaborations with RAY BAN, but also features on ARTE, Blonde Magazine, FLAIR magazine and Kaltblut possible. EBONY sold out Berghain during her promo tour and quite possibly started the very first pogo on the holy halls of techno with her infectious post punk sound.

Ebony Bones was named by her original drummer Rat Scabies, of band The Damned.[1] Known for her on-stage antics and theatrical costumes,[2] she opened for Cee Lo Green's 2011 Tour across the UK and Europe.[3] Beginning as a self-taught musician performing under the stage name 'Ebony Bones!', she anonymously uploaded music onto a blank Myspace page. Scabies encouraged her to also produce her own records : "I was very determined to carve out my own sound and not kind of have the pressure of someone else dictating to me what that should be".[2]

Writing and producing her own material, "We Know All About U", depicting an Orwellian society, made its radio début as "The Hottest Record in the World Today" as well as "Single of the Week" on BBC Radio 1 by DJ Zane Lowe, also receiving daytime play from Jo Whiley, becoming Radio 1's most played single by an unsigned artist.[4] Her début album Bone of My Bones was released in 2009 and hailed by critics.[5] It included the tracks W.A.R.R.I.O.R and Guess We'll Always Have NY, later used for campaigns by Yves Saint LaurentEA Sports FIFA 11 soundtrack, and a controversial Citroën car commercial featuring John Lennon, which was later banned in parts of Europe.

In 2010 she was requested to perform live at the Shanghai World Trade Show Expo 2010Central Park SummerStage in New York, and The Grand Palais in Paris for SFR live concerts. In the summer of 2011 Ebony Bones also debuted new material from her second album at The Cannes Film Festival and T-Mobile International Film Festival.

In 2013, Bones released her second album Behold, A Pale Horse: it was partly conceived while travelling in India.[6] The record featured the Symphony Orchestra of India and a cover of The Smiths.[3] Behold, A Pale Horse was critically acclaimed and received good reviews by the likes of The Independent[7] and Spin.[8] She later released her official debut EP titled, Milk & Honey, Pt. 1 on October 16, 2015.