Monday, November 5, 2018

Paul Kelly Goes Back To "Nature" & Sarah Borges Wants You To Know "Love's Middle Name"

Australian-born singer/songwriter Paul Kelly has been riding a wave of inspiration, releasing his fourth album in only two years. His new release titled "Nature" features a dozen tracks that continue to prove that Paul Kelly is one of the greatest living songwriters of our era. He begins with the short, acoustic-based strumming of "And Death Shall Have No Dominion," which quickly re-introduces you to his wonderful, lyric-filled songs. He plugs in for the raw, steady rock of "With The One I Love," before switching back once again for the folk ballad "A Bastard Like Me." He works alongside fellow singer, Kate Miller-Heidke for the emotional, storied tale of "Bound To Follow (Aisling Song)," before reverting back to his folk roots for the simple sounds of "Seagulls Of Seattle." Paul Kelly wraps up his new album with the light, dream-like touch of music for "Mushrooms" and the country-sway of "The Trees." To find out more about Paul Kelly and his latest release "Nature," please visit paulkelly.com.au.


Released back in October is the new album, "Love's Middle Name" from Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles. It features ten tracks that solidify Sarah one of the top female indie-rockers around. Her new album kicks off with the high-energy, guitar driven rocker "House On A Hill, quickly followed by the attention grabbing, thumping blues rhythm of "Luck Rocks." Her music draws similarities to early days of Sheryl Crow, as "Let Me Try" delivers an edgier country rock sound, while Sarah also has her finger on the pulse of the blues, with the ballad "Grow Wings." Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles finish up their new album with the quick rocking pace of "Headed Down" and the wonderful songwriting of "I Can't Change It." Sarah and the band are heading out on the road in November, for a complete list of tour dates and to find out more about her new album "Love's Middle Name," please visit sarahborges.com.

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