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Noise of the Waters

by Hickory Signals

Haunting, cinematic, un-rushed folk music (both traditional and original songs) with strong female vocals and delicate instrumentation.
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. Noise of the Waters
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2. Here I Am
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3. Bows and Arrows
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4. Take the Window
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5. Unquiet Grave
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6. Irish Ways
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“One of the most pure and beautiful folk sounds I’ve heard in a long time” – Brighton’s Finest

“They evoke big skies and deserts in widescreen cinema with warm exposure. It’s dreamy stuff – unrushed and detailed.” - Gus Macgregor, singer/songwriter
“A haunting female vocal, and a beautiful picked guitar: it’s a tried and tested formula, and one which Hickory Signals certainly exploit well…Hickory Signals are certainly a duo to watch for the future.” - Bright Young Folk

Both multi-instrumentalists, Laura Ward and Adam Ronchetti accompany strong vocal melodies with guitar, shruti, flute, glockenspiel and a variety of percussion, layering sounds carefully and minimally to atmospheric effect. Laura and Adam are joined regularly in the studio and on the stage by the skilled and strings of violinist, Tom Pryor. Together they create a unique live sound and as such Hickory Signals is enjoying a busy performance schedule and a growing following.

Previous live show highlights include headlining ‘Folk Rising’ at Cecil Sharp House in 2015, support slots for the likes of Buddy Whittington, Blazin’ Fiddles, Stick in the Wheel and Hattie Briggs, Club Tent stage slots at Cambridge Folk Festivals 2014, 2015 and 2016 plus a number of local festival slots. Hickory Signals supported acclaimed Canadian folk band, Le Vent Du Nord, at the Ropetackle Centre in Shoreham By Sea in August 2016 to an enraptured audience. For a full list of upcoming gigs, head over to the shows page.

Hickory Signals recorded their first four-track EP in 2014, which has features two original and two traditional songs. The EP has been well received and is available on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes and the like. Inspired by the sea-inspired James Joyce poem of the same name, ‘Noise Of The Waters’ is the second EP from the duo.

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