Rae Morris tickets

Rae Morris Tickets

Rae Morris tickets

Rae Morris The Space, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham

Monday 25th September 2017

Rae Morris + Special Guests Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury

Tuesday 26th September 2017
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Following her triumphant live return at London’s ICA earlier this month, Rae Morris has announced her first full UK tour in almost 18 months.

In June, Rae unveiled ‘Reborn’, the first taster from her forthcoming second album, perfectly showcasing her unmistakeable, astounding voice and seeing her boldly stepping forward as the pop star she was born to be.

Rae Morris would have you believe that she just fell upon a career in music, but truth be told she’s absolutely made her own luck. Rae has moulded her identity in her own time on her own terms, and honed her skills on the live circuit, where she’s never once experienced a bad reception. Rae’s killer combination of coy, girl-next-door charm, heart-warming backstory and songwriting flair - not to mention her utterly disarming chamber pop vocal - would have the entire nation eating out the palm of her hands. Like her idols Kate Bush and PJ Harvey, Rae cannot be pigeonholed.

Make sure you catch her when she plays at The Space at Nottingham Cotemporary and Salisbury Arts Centre during September 2017.

Twenty-one year old Rachel Anne Morris was born in Blackpool and chose to stay there over moving to London after signing to Atlantic. Her family have never moved. Remaining in the same house where she grew up with her parents and older brother has not just kept her grounded, it’s hugely contributed to the development of her voice and style. Her earliest memories of music include having her mind blown by her brother playing her Coldplay’s ‘Parachutes’ through his Minidisc player, or watching Kate Bush’s video to ‘Cloudbusting’ with her dad.

Thanks to her humble charm, she’s attracted a wealth of like-minded, young British singer-songwriters with a similar commitment to their own independent flair, and considers herself part of a loosely-termed ‘collective’. This explains why you’ll likely clock eyes on singer-guitarist Lucy Rose, Brit Award winner Tom Odell (who invited her on tour with him, and sings on her album track ‘Grow’), producer and electronic marvel Ben Garrett (aka Fryars, co-producer on ‘Cold’), or Bombay Bicycle frontman and sometime touring partner Jack Steadman backstage in the dressing room after one of her headline shows. Her reputation as a ‘musician’s musician’ makes sense of the numerous guest appearances on her forthcoming debut 'Unguarded'. Yet, Rae is anything but a collaborator-for-hire - she’s stuck to her own creative vision, so she can carve a path for herself that’s distinct from all the other noise surrounding the current musical spectrum. Put it plainly, there is nobody else in the UK right now who sounds quite like Rae.

She is just about to release her second album, and single Reborn is the first taste of the forthcoming record.

’Reborn’ was the first song that made me feel something when I started writing for this second record, so it feels fitting for it to be the first thing that people will hear. It’s about new beginnings, finding clarity and head space. Noel and I went to the side of a huge lake in Lebanon to shoot the video. The landscape was vast and barren in places but consistently beautiful.” - Rae Morris

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