With an easy laugh and a throaty tone that differs vastly from her punchy singing voice, Davina describes Missdavinalee's distinctive sound as 'indie electro-pop with lyrics that are sometimes naive and self-conscious'.
And there is certainly is a sense of self-awareness attached to each confident song.
Bed Bugs was recently selected as track of the week on VSRecharged, an independent radio station; the group has also attracted the attention of talent scouts on BBC6 and Toast on Fire, a radio station in Hamburg.
Davina recalls her inclination towards music forming at the age of 15, while at Whitmore High School in West Harrow: "PE clashed with music classes and I would hang back in the halls," she says.
Inspired by the threads of melodies emanating from the music rooms, she ambitiously picked up a guitar and immediately started to compose.
Now 29, she giggles: "Both writing melodies and lyrics were done equally badly at that time, but I have improved now."
She sings about love, relationships and heartbreak: "It's all about boys really - the good and the bad. The songs are not directed to a specific audience and I want everyone to be able to relate to what I am writing."
Missdavinalee is constantly playing around the UK with a set influenced by a diverse range of artists from Nirvana and PJ Harvey to Fowl, an emerging band from Uxbridge.
Currently working on a new single, Moustacheless Man, with animators, the group aims to have the record and a DVD out by next month.
And although Davina is seriously driven in her career, she is determined to make each gig fun too.
"The shows are all about having fun," she says. "We have had gigs where we give out presents, toys and sweets to the crowd."
With emerging groups such as Ting Tings, Alpha Beat and Hot Chips introducing electro pop to the tastes of mainstream society, Missdavinalee is set to create waves among its growing fanbase.
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