new music: tracey browne

Tracey Browne is a singer-songwriter making all the right moves at the moment garnering plenty of supporting and now releasing her new single ‘Kate Rusby’ on 27th July. That day Tracey will be appearing and playing at Cambridge Folk Festival so it is sure to be a big day for her, the track is taken from the recently released album ‘Everyone Is Ordinary’ which came out back in March.

This new single is a soft acoustic led track with vocals set against only the guitar, the poppy/folky sound is most obvious in the chorus where the tempo picks up slightly with strings added to the track. It is a really gentle, flowing and beautiful sounding song.

Everyone Is Ordinary by Tracey Browne

The album is up for streaming and downloading on her Bandcamp page at the moment where you can listen to the 11 tracks in full for free and download them for a small fee.

‘Everyone Is Ordinary’ was recorded in a 17th Century church in Greater Manchester in order to try and gain something different and magical in the acoustics of the album. It was produced by Nigel Stonier who’s worked with the likes of Martha Wainwright and Clare Teal and engineered and performed by Tracey herself taking time to record at any hour of the day or night. The released of the album has seen Browne compared to singer-songwriters such as Sheryl Crow and Kirsty MacColl.

She has previously been listed as part of the ‘Ones to Watch’ list in the Manchester Evening News and has picked up plenty of support from fans, DJ’s and music journalists alike. Musician Thea Gilmore is a huge supporter of Tracey and had this to say about her; “Tracey Browne is the real deal, an exciting new talent. Heartfelt melodic songs that echo the spirit of Kirsty MacColl, a brilliant voice which can swoop from a rock holler from a tender whisper, and a lively spunky stage presence. Once heard, she’s in your head and your heart for good.”

For more information on Tracey then check out her website, her Facebook page or follow her on Twitter – @TheTraceyBrowne




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