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Rachael Dadd


Memphis Industries

cd (pre-order)

Expected Release: 8th Nov 2019


lp + download (pre-order)

Expected Release: 8th Nov 2019


*** pre-order the album on any format to receive 2x guestlist spaces (name on list / no physical ticket) to her in-store + signing tuesday 12th november, 6:30pm - all ages welcome ***


Contemporary folk multi-instrumentalist Rachael Dadd is set to release her new album “Flux” on Memphis Industries on the 8th November 2019. Produced with Marcus Hamblett (Villagers / Laura Marling), “Flux” is a response to external and internal tides: the flow of life uprooted; a protest against the flow of recent political history and a diary of the flow within the intimate space of home. Collaborators include multi-instrumentalist Emma Gatrill (Willie Mason / Matthew and the Atlas), drummer Rob Pemberton (Emily Barker / Low Chimes), bassist Jim Barr (Portishead) and vocalists Kate Stables (This Is The Kit) and Rozi Plain. Flux follows Rachael’s highly acclaimed album “We Resonate” which came out on Talitres and Sweetdreams Press, and a string of international releases on Broken Sound, Lost Map, Sweetdreams Press and Angel’s Egg. Living half her time as a travelling musician in Japan, witnessing how other people create things, connecting with other cultures and landscapes; all this is a furnace for Rachael’s innovative song writing, which has seen her gain a reputation as a pioneering and thought provoking artist, unafraid to push the boundaries of folk and pop. In 2016 her solo “Piano & Projection” show received an Emerging Excellence Award. She has toured this show as well as full band and solo sets across venues and festivals in the UK, Europe, Australia and Asia. Her countless festival performances include End Of the Road, Green Man, Glastonbury, Truck, Farmfest and Wilderness in the UK, as well as Le Festival Les Femmes' en Mêlent (France), Mandrea Festival (Italy), Woodford (Australia) and Women in (E)Motion (Germany). Rachael co-curated Bristol’s SHHH Festival (a celebration of quiet and diverse music), instigated the group exhibition DIY is all you need with fellow musicians and artists, and curated and hosted Rachael Dadd and Friends at Kings Place, London. In Japan she has written for some top names such as UA and Gontiti, and performed to an audience of 4000 at Tokyo’s famous NHK Hall.



  1. Arrow
  2. sCut My Roots
  3. Beacon
  4. Two Islands
  5. Language of Water
  6. Animal
  7. Palaeontologist
  8. Super Moon Machine
  9. Knot
  10. Two Coiled Springs
  11. Connected to the Rock