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Out of My Province
  1. All of My Love
  2. High & Lonely
  3. Oh Canada
  4. Heart to Ride
  5. Other Side of the Wheel
  6. Best Thing
  7. I Don’t Wanna Take Anything From You
  8. The Future
  9. Who Is Protecting Me
  10. Get the Devil Out

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nadia reid

Out of My Province

Spacebomb Records
  • cd

    Released: 6th Mar 2020

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bolstered by spacebomb’s immaculate house band, reid’s lustrous songwriting has been expanded like never before, whilst retaining those gut-wrenching melodies that so reliably make quivering puddles of us all.

Leaving her beloved New Zealand for America to record her third album with strangers, her evocative travel tales explore love, personal growth & deep reflection. Nadia packed up for Spacebomb studios in Richmond, Virginia where she worked with producer Trey Pollard, who would arrange strings, horns & piano to give the album a depth in sound Nadia had always dreamt of. this is a must for fans of johanna warren, julia jacklin, gia Margaret, julie byrne & judee sill. “the new Zealand songwriter makes her best album yet […] there are times when being alone prompts loneliness, but there are also times when it leads to a deluge of riches” 8/10 – uncut.

Derry says: “The best voice in music right now returns with a 3rd classic. Immaculate phrasing & not a note too many or too few. Every song conveys a whole life in a few well chosen words.”