Rachel Sermanni’s Second Album ‘Tied to the Moon’ Officially Released12th July, 2015

Friday 10th July saw Rachel Sermanni’s album ‘Tied to the Moon’ officially released. ‘Tied to the Moon’ is Rachel’s second album on Middle of Nowhere Recordings and it has gone down a storm so far. It has secured some great reviews and radio airplay, including; being playlisted on BBC Radio Scotland and having several spot plays on BBC 6 Music.

We are very excited to have been a part of this album and are thrilled that it is now officially released. Get your copy from our Middle of Nowhere Store or go to http://rachelsermanni.net

Here are a couple of the reviews so far.

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“Stunning voice and newfound swagger” – The Guardian, 4 Stars

“Minimal, murky, magnificent” – Mojo, 4 Stars

“She makes the Canadian wilderness her own” – Telegraph, 4 Stars

“Sophisticated storytelling” – Uncut, 7/10

“Unnervingly pretty and graceful” – NME, 7/10

“Strong narratives and emotional candour – one to watch” – Daily Mirror, 3 Stars

 “Stately, poetic, rooted in the traditional” – Clash

“A beautiful record, so full of intricacies that it continues to reward with every listen, allowing you to lose yourself in its stories” – The Line Of Best Fit 8/10

“Strong melodies bathed in heartfelt emotion and soothing vocal tone” – Just Music I Like 

Line of Best Fit Full Review:

http://www.thelineofbestfit.com/reviews/albums/were-folloing-master-storyteller-rachel-sermanni-to-the-moon-and-back

The Guardian Review:

http://www.theguardian.com/music/2015/jul/12/tied-to-moon-album-review-rachel-sermanni

Herald Scotland Reviews ‘Tied to the Moon’8th July, 2015

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Rachel Sermanni’s second album ‘Tied to the Moon’ is released this Friday. The Herald Scotland has reviewed the record describing her as “an unexpected PJ Harvey of the Highlands” and saying that “everywhere you look, there are things to love”

 

 

 

 

 

Read the full review here: http://www.heraldscotland.com/arts-ents/music/rachel-sermanni-tied-to-the-moon-middle-of-nowhere.130214208

Preorder the CD or Vinyl now: http://rachelsermanni.net

4 Star Review of Tied to the Moon6th July, 2015

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With only four days to go until the release of Rachel Sermanni’s new album ‘Tied to the Moon’ on Middle of Nowhere Recordings, we are delighted that The Telegraph has give her “grungy” “Earthier” Second album a 4 out of 5 star review.

Read it here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/cdreviews/11716073/Rachel-Sermanni-Tied-to-the-Moon-review-grungy.html

Rachel’s album is also set to be featured on Roddy Hart’s BBC Radio Scotland show tonight, after a week of being playlisted on BBC Radio Scotland. Tune in from 11pm today night, Monday 6th July or listen online at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06124zd

 

Pete Roe Launches An Ingenious New Guitar Pickup25th June, 2015

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We’re extremely excited that our very own Pete Roe is launching his new guitar pickup ‘The Submarine’ today!

http://www.submarinepickup.com/share

After two years of investing his time and money into the project, Pete, with the help of a crowdfunding campaign through ulule.com is ready to launch his new project to the world. Pete wanted to invent something which allowed him to match the sound of a bigger band by incorporating a layer of bass into his playing which he wouldn’t normally be able to do without bringing an extra band member on tour with him.

Watch a demo of how it works on his website now and hear the full story behind the project.

http://www.submarinepickup.com/

Pete Roe will also be testing out his new invention at this year’s Glastonbury Festival this Sunday at 3pm at The Band Stand.

 

Uncut Magazine Give ‘Tied to the Moon’ 7/1022nd June, 2015

Rachel Sermanni’s new album ‘Tied to the Moon’ was given a 7/10 review in today’s Uncut Magazine.

Pre-order ‘Tied To The Moon’ Released 10th July 2015

Signed CD: shop.rachelsermanni.net
Download: http://radi.al/TiedToTheMoon
CD: http://radi.al/TiedToTheMoonAmazonCD

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