Rachel Sermanni – new EP: ‘Everything Changes’

Rachel Sermanni – new EP: ‘Everything Changes’

Folk balladeer Rachel Sermanni releases new EP.

Everything Changes is the first new material since Rachel’s acclaimed debut album ‘Under Mountains’ from September 2012. With the seeds of the new material being planted whilst on the road touring, Rachel admits that she found the required space to reflect and develop the songs at her family home (and in her childhood bedroom no less) in the remote village of Carrbridge in the Scottish Highlands. The humble tales of the ‘Everything Changes’ EP were recorded in a New York City recording studio with producer Alex Newport (Bloc Party, City & Colour, Mars Volta), a million miles away from the peace and quiet of her native Carrbridge.

Rachel launched her foray into the world of singer-songwriting when only 17, and has since played in excess of 600 shows across the UK, Europe, North America and a handful of shows in Asia, sharing main stages with the likes of Steve Earl, Sharon Van Etten, The Alabama Shakes and Vampire Weekend.

The video for ‘Two Birds’ from the EP recently premiered in MUZU.TV. Watch it below:


Rachel Sermanni – Two Birds on MUZU.TV.

Tour Dates:
31/1/14 – Glasgow,Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
1/2/14 – Bury, The Met
4/2/14 – Shrewsbury, Henry Tudor House
5/2/14 – Leicester, The Musician
6/2/14 – London, Union Chapel
7/2/14 – Birmingham, Glee Club
8/2/14 – Trefriw, Garmon View House
16/2/14 – Exeter, Pheonix
17/2/14 – Cambridge, The Junction
18/2/14 – Norwich, The Bicycle Shop
26/2/14 – Dublin, The Workman’s Club
22/3/14 – Preston, The Continental
23/3/14 – Liverpool, RodeWald Suite
24/3/14 – York, The Basement

‘Everything Changes’ was released on the 27th January on Middle of Nowhere Recordings.
Order on iTunes.

Website: www.rachelsermanni.net
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