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Sarabeth Tucek to re-release her second album as 2-disc edition, set to play UK shows in September

| On 26, Aug 2011

Sarabeth Tucek re-releases her hugely acclaimed second album ‘Get Well Soon’ as a special edition double CD via Sonic Cathedral Recordings on September 12.
After most of the remaining original copies of the album were destroyed in the Sony DADC warehouse fire earlier this month, it is now being re-pressed with a second disc containing the ‘In My Room Demos’, the original four-track recordings of all 12 album tracks recorded at Sarabeth’s old apartment in Brooklyn.

Sarabeth Tucek ‘At The Bar’ (In My Room Demo) by Sonic Cathedral

The album features the singles ‘State I Am In’ and ‘Smile For No One’, which is released on the same day, September 12. The bonus tracks include the demo of ‘Get Well Soon’ and new song ‘Something/Anything’.

Sarabeth Tucek ‘Something/Anything’ by Sonic Cathedral

To coincide with the new releases, Sarabeth is returning to the UK to play the following dates in September:
September 1 – London – St Pancras Old Church
September 2 – Dorset – End Of The Road Festival (Local Stage)
September 3 – Liverpool – St Bride’s Church
September 4 – Newcastle – Cluny 2
September 5 – Glasgow – Captain’s Rest
September 6 – Leeds – Oporto
September 7 – Manchester – Castle Hotel
September 8 – Leicester – Lock 42
September 9 – Birmingham – Glee Club
September 13 – Thekla – Bristol
September 16 – Arts Centre – Norwich
September 17 – Bury – Ramsbottom Festival
September 18 – Stockton – Waiting Room
September 21 – London – The Windmill
September 23 – Bath – Chapel Arts Centre
September 24 – Barnstaple – Pilton Hall
Praise for ‘Get Well Soon’

“One of this year’s most striking albums”
The Guardian

“A starkly beautiful record that mines the sounds of the last four decades of Americana” 4/5

“A dignified record bound together by grief” 4/5
The Times

“Yes, it’s another introspective, acoustic singer-songwriter album, but this one’s for real”
The Quietus

“A small-hours classic” 4/5
The Stool Pigeon

“Somewhere in the triangle created by Nico, Beth Gibbons and Joni Mitchell” 8/10
Loud And Quiet

Daily Mirror

“This magnificent record will live forever” 10/10
The Music Fix

“A timeless wonder”
BBC Music

“A set of songs that are as disquietingly spare as they are beautiful” 4/5

“A very cathartic, human purge of emotions that very few artists manage to capture on record” 9/10
The 405

“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


“There’s something truly unique about Sarabeth Tucek that hits the heart”
Amelia’s Magazine

“One of the most candid songwriters of her generation” 8/10
Drowned In Sound

“A touching testament to the strength of the human spirit”
The Von Pip Musical Express

“Convalescent, and luminescent”

“There is something extremely special about this record”
For Folk’s Sake

“A stunning, emotive album”
Music OMH

“From the same dark place as Big Star’s ‘Third’”
Music Week

“‘Get Well Soon’ is a remarkable album and you should own it” 9/10