Rozi Plain - 'Jogalong' / Rachael Dadd - 'Strike Our Scythes' (7")

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Rozi Plain - 'Jogalong' / Rachael Dadd - 'Strike Our Scythes' (7")

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7" split single 

ROZI PLAIN - 'Jogalong'

RACHAEL DADD - 'Strike Our Scythes'

Comes with download code for both tracks.

Bringing together two of the finest voices in alternative folk, Lost Map Records are excited to announce the release of a special split 7” single by Bristol friends Rozi Plain and Rachael Dadd, due for release on October 6, 2014.  ‘Jogalong’ is the first track to be revealed from Rozi’s forthcoming new album, while ‘Strike OuScythes’ is taken from Rachael’s imminent new album We Resonate, which arrives on French label Talitres on November 17. 

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One of Lost Maps founding artists and among the most respected and popular talents on the label, Rozi Plain previews an atmospheric and entrancing new sound on ‘Jogalong’, full of tensely circling guitar lines, heavenly backing vocals and cosmic synths that orbit like flying saucers. It bodes excitingly for the much anticipated follow-up to Rozi’s two remarkable albums to date – 2008’s Inside Over Here and 2012’s Joined Sometimes Unjoined, both currently available on Lost Map.  It was engineered by Kristian Robinson (Capitol K) back in January 2014, and featuring contributions from Gerard Black and Amaury Ranger (Babe / François & The Atlas Mountains), Kate Stables and Jamie Coles (This Is The Kit, of which band Rozi is also a member), and singer-harpist Serafina Steer.

With the beguiling ‘Strike Our Scythes’, Rachael Dadd a long-standing friend of Lost Map’s, who has appeared at several of our live events including the recent Howlin’ Fling Festival on Eigg meanwhile reveals a small sample of the abundant aural treasures to be unlocked on her exceptional new album We Resonate, which features contributions from Laura Marling’s sideman Marcus Hamblett, experimental Japanese multi-instrumentalist ICHI, Alessi Laurent-Marke of Alessi’s Ark and Rozi Plain among others.