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Sarabeth Tucek – new album ‘Get Well Soon’

| On 13, Apr 2011

It’s an incredible, important record, but we’ve been telling you that for months. Rough Trade Shops certainly agree, as they’ve named it their Album Of The Week. Here’s what other people have been saying about it:

“A starkly beautiful record that mines the sound of the last four decades of Americana” Q (****)

“A set of songs that are often as disquietingly spare as they are beautiful” Uncut (****)

“A dignified record bound together by grief” The Times (****)

“A brilliant second album… raw, scarred but abundant” Daily Mirror
“Somewhere in the triangle created by Nico, Beth Gibbons and Joni Mitchell” Loud & Quiet (8/10)

“There’s something really quite splendid about ‘Get Well Soon’. It could well prove to be a timeless little wonder” BBC Music

“An intimate album that talks about pain, self-destruction and death, but ultimately heals with its magic” Amelia’s Magazine

“A touching testament to the strength of the human spirit, from a singer who has an innate ability to deftly convey the contents of her heart with an eloquent, understated majesty” The Von Pip Musical Express

“If you’re not left in a mournful daze, tears blistering your eyes… then surely you can’t be human” The Line Of Best Fit

You can buy it from the Sonic Cathedral Shop, or any of the following:

Rough Trade – comes with an exclusive CD entitled ‘Get Well Soon (In My Room Demos)’





The limited-edition heavyweight vinyl version will be available in two weeks’ time.

‘Get Well Soon’ is also available digitally on iTunes and all major download retailers.

Sarabeth was a guest on Sean Rowley’s radio show The Joy Of Music at the weekend, providing her very own All Back To Mine mix, which featured everything from Big Star to Hüsker Dü. You can listen to it here.

She plays the following live dates:

April 30 – London, Earl Of Camden (Camden Crawl)
May 1 – London, Bull & Gate (Camden Crawl)
May 3 – Brighton, Komedia (with The Leisure Society)
May 4 – Bristol, Thekla (with The Leisure Society)
May 5 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (with The Leisure Society)
May 6 – North Yorkshire, The Band Rooms
May 7 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (with The Leisure Society)
May 8 – Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut (with The Leisure Society)
May 9 – Manchester, Band On The Wall (with The Leisure Society)
May 10 – London, Union Chapel (with The Leisure Society)
May 16 – London, Cafe Oto (with This Is The Kit)
May 17 – West Yorkshire, The Puzzle Hall Inn
May 19 – London, The Slaughtered Lamb
May 21 – Oxfordshire, Wood Festival
September 2 – Dorset, End Of The Road Festival (The Local Stage)

A new single, ‘State I Am In’, will be released on May 2 to coincide.