True Hand True Heart to be released on the 27th March
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The Remedy Club, Americana/Roots duo comprising KJ McEvoy & Aileen Mythen release their new album True Hand True Heart 27th March.
The album was recorded in Room and Board studios, Nashville and produced by 5 time Grammy award winning producer Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams, Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris). It hosts an array of musical legends including Lex Price on bass (Neko Case, KD Lang), Lynn Williams on drums (The Wallflowers) and multi instrumentalist and Rodney Crowell’s go to player, Rory Hoffman. They describe the recording of the new album and working alongside producer Ray Kennedy as ‘a completely immersive and creatively fulfilling experience’. There are many themes covered in the album including ‘love, loss and a longing for unity and peace in place of division and building walls between us. Ultimately the songs are about humanity’s compassion and kindness over power and greed and finding that connection with ourselves and others.’
True Hand True Heart - 27th March, 2020
- "Second albums have rarely sounded so effortlessly accomplished and so complete.
- 'Outrageously good in every department'. This is one album you could survive a lockdown with’. (HOTPRESS MAGAZINE)
LOVERS, LEGENDS & LOST CAUSES - October, 2017
- ‘My new favourite duo of all time. Damn pure brilliant’ (ROCKING MAGPIE, UK)
- **** ‘A rather special offering’. ‘The chemistry between the couple shines right through the album’. (MAVERICK MAGAZINE, UK)
- ‘An impressive mature collection’. ‘Mythen’s high lonesome vocals tells her sorry tales with a self-possession many artists never nail’.(IRISH TIMES)
- ‘Outstanding album’. (NO DEPRESSION)
- ‘Destined for big things’. (GET READY TO ROCK)
- ‘Most impressive album that ticks so many boxes’. (LONESOME HIGHWAY, IRE)
- ‘Stellar harmony vocals and wonderful melodies’. (FLYSHIN’SHOES, SWEDEN)
- ‘A rich and wholly authentic country –roots sound with vocals to die for’. (FATEA MAGAZINE)