Louise Rutkowski Sat 26 July 2014 CCA
Sat 26 July 2014
Ex-This Mortal Coil vocalist Louise Rutkowski presents her first solo album, Diary of a Lost Girl, accompanied by co-writer/producer and pianist, Irvin Duguid.
Funded through direct-to-fan platform PledgeMusic, Diary of a Lost Girl has been described by its supporters as, “a truly haunting and beautiful album” and “pure poetic, lovelorn angst at its best”.
Drawing many comparisons with The Blue Nile and Kate Bush, the album includes mixes by Calum Malcolm (The Blue Nile) and Steve Orchard (Sir Paul McCartney, Chris Cornell), and marks a return to writing for Louise since her career began with Glaswegian soul band, Sunset Gun.
(In the early 90s, Louise worked with film composer Craig Armstrong (Moulin Rouge, Love Actually, NEDS), releasing the album, Hope in the US with Interscope Records.)
Since its release in February 2014, Diary has been featured on BBC Radio Scotland’s Culture Show (Janice Forsyth), Tom Morton, Roddy Hart, and Clyde 2 (Billy Sloan live session).
A single from the album, “Help Me” was released on 31 March this year and has been receiving regular airplay from BBC Radio Scotland, Radio 2, as well as many regional digital stations.
This live performance will include special commissioned projected visuals by Polish artist Robert Motyka of Wee Dog Media, Edinburgh.
Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD
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