Traversing the globe, immersing in other cultures and landscapes, witnessing how different people live and create things, all the while raising children against a changing political backdrop: the culmination is a furnace for innovative song writing.
Contemporary folk multi-instrumentalist Rachael Dadd is gearing up to release her 6th album Flux later this year. It follows on from her highly acclaimed album We Resonate and previous string of releases in the UK, EU and Japan. Flux is an album of big bold songs: a response to the flow of life up-rooted; a protest against the flow of recent political history; a diary of the flow within the intimate space of home.
Co-produced with Marcus Hamblett, Flux is Rachael Dadd`s first full band studio album, and sees her collaborating with right hand woman Emma Gatrill (Matthew and the Atlas, Willie Mason), drummer Rob Pemberton (Low Chimes, Emily Barker), guest bassist Jim Barr of Portishead, and guest vocalists and long time friends/collaborators Kate Stables and Rozi Plain (This is The Kit).