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London rock & roll group David Sinclair Four and Edinburgh jazz singer Lorna Reid join forces for a special show to launch their new single “Coming out of the Rain”, released on July 31.
Released on IRL, the London label renowned for its Celtic connections, “Coming out of the Rain” is a bittersweet harmony duet located at the emotional crossroads between love and loss and the cultural intersection between rock and country – a London barroom ballad transported to a windswept stretch of the Scottish Borders. Written by David and Lorna during a week of sessions in Shennanton, a remote corner of the Southern Uplands, the song was recorded in Brixton, London with R&B producer Livingstone Brown.
The song is a standout track on the acclaimed new album 4 by David Sinclair Four, which the band launched earlier this year with a sold-out media event at the Borderline in London. Lorna’s guest performance was a highlight of that show. Now the band is travelling north for another emotional reunion with Lorna and all their Scottish friends at the Voodoo Rooms.
Lorna has twice been nominated for Best Jazz Vocalist in the Scottish Jazz Awards and recently performed at the Queens Hall, Edinburgh. She has appeared at sold out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, where she returns this summer. Her guest role in the David Sinclair Four adds an exciting new string to her bow and lends a fresh dynamic to this road-hardened group who have worked with Paul Jones, Maxi Priest, Robin Trower and many others.
More info at: www.davidsinclairfour.com
More info at: www.lornareid.com