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Nadia Reid shares 'Oh Canada' as international media get excited for Out Of My Province out March 6

11 February 2020 - 0 Comments

Today, acclaimed New Zealand songwriter Nadia Reid shares Oh Canada, the third track off her upcoming Slow Time / Spacebomb Records debut Out Of My Province (out March 6). The song serves as Nadia’s ode to Canada and its musical legacy — including favourites Joni Mitchell and Rufus and Martha Wainwright — but isn’t solely a tribute to some of her influences. Says Nadia: “It is also about big love and new love and navigating being an artist in love with an artist. I was on tour a lot and I was getting more and more attention. There was friction and resentment. It was me working out what I was waiting for and what I wanted from life at that point in time.

The U.S. Billboard premiered the track this morning. Check that out here:
bit.ly/ohcanadabillboard

Nadia Reid - Oh Canada


With both Auckland shows selling out, Nadia has added a third show to her New Zealand tour to accompany the release of Out Of My Province alongside the extensive UK and European tour. U.S. dates, including performances at SXSW, will also be announced soon.

NADIA REID - Out of My Province
2020 NZ Tour


Friday, March 6th - Christchurch - Cassels Blue Smoke

Saturday, March 7th - Auckland - Pah Homestead
NEW EARLY SHOW ON SALE

6.30 PM - 8 PM

SOLD OUT Saturday, March 7th - Auckland - Pah Homestead SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT Sunday, March 8th - Auckland - Pah Homestead SOLD OUT

Thursday, March 12th - Wellington - Shed 6*

*presented by the New Zealand Festival

Tickets on sale now:
https://bit.ly/33GkmTI
or www.nadiareid.com


Produced by Trey Pollard (Foxygen) and Matthew E. White (Natalie Prass, The Mountain Goats), Out Of My Province finds Nadia embracing her new globe-trotting existence following the breakthrough success of 2017 release Preservation, which was named MOJO’s #2 album of that year and led to a performance on Later...with Jools Holland. The new LP unquestionably exemplifies Nadia’s impeccable songwriting abilities, tackling the many difficulties of maintaining relationships, the strain of being on the road as a musician, and the melancholic beauty of travel.

The album is already receiving high praise: Uncut says, “These songs recall the greats while also plotting a map of the future.” MOJO has already named it their Album Of The Month for March, praising its “songs to keep returning to with no hope of ever exhausting their meaning.Under The Radar recently included Nadia in their 20 Acts to Watch in 2020, calling her music "an instant addiction" and saying that "the rest of the world will soon figure out that she is a necessary fixture in their listening libraries."

Check out Get The Devil Out, which Brooklyn Vegan describes as “delicate and atmospheric”: https://youtu.be/VoRc9nBYwHo

Nadia Reid - Out of My Province

March 6th, 2020

via Slow Time / Spacebomb Records

Produced by Trey Pollard (Foxygen)

Co-Producers Matthew E. White (The Mountain Goats)
and Sam Taylor (Nadia Reid)



Photo credit Alex Lovell-Smith


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