Jordan Reyne | Mother

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Mother

by Jordan Reyne

Pagan folk with tribal rhythms. Sinead Oconnor meets The WIckerman. "Mother" is the second EP in the "Maiden, Mother, Crone" trilogy.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Don't Look Down
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2. The Ever Afters
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3. The Ferryman
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4. The Fall
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5. Rulers of Men
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Hailing from the land of Lord of the Rings, Jordan Reyne's sound is a blend of celtic / pagan vocals, and dark tribal rhythms. Described by the UK's BBC as "simply stunning", Reyne's music blends the magical with the dark. Sinead O'connor meets the Wickerman.

"one of the most extraordinarily fascinating live shows I have ever seen on stage... one of the best – if not the best – folk performers out there today... she’s spellbinding". (Cat on the Wall, UK)

"Jordan's live shows are nothing short of astounding" (Massey University Press, New Zealand).

Described by New Zealand's National Radio as the author of a new sound, Jordan is a 3 time Tui Award (New Zealand Grammy) nominee, and has lent her voice to projects from Cafe Del Mar through to Lord of the Rings. A prolific writer and performer, she has seven internationaly acclaimed albums to her credit and has and toured the UK, Poland, Germany and New Zealand.

Jordan's wide appeal and uncategorizable style has led to supports for bands as diverse as Feilds of the Nephilim, New Model Army, White Zombie and the Eden House. Her festival appearances include Glastonbury (UK), The New Zealand International Festival of the Arts (NZ), Wave Gothic Treffen (Germany), The Big Day Out (NZ / Aus), Frankfurt Music Messe (Germany), Soundedit (Poland), Whitby Gothic Weekend and many more.

About Jordan:

Jordan grew up on a remote peninsula on New Zealand's west coast, 3 hours drive from the nearest city. She began making music by collecting bits of iron and discarded farm implements, banging them together and singing at the top of her lungs. When her parents could stand it no longer, they bought her a guitar. Her sense of the land, and peoples relationships to machines and nature remain a key part of her work.

Jordan left her homeland for Germany in 2005 and moved on to the UK in 2011. She currently lives in London, touring Europe annually.

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