Watch a video for Brigid Mae Power’s new song, “Wedding Of A Friend”

From her upcoming third album Head Above The Water

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Brigid Mae Power will release her third album Head Above The Water through Fire Records on June 5.

You can watch a video for the single “Wedding Of A Friend” below:

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Head Above The Water was recorded in The Green Door in Glasgow with Alasdair Roberts co-producing alongside Power and Peter Broderick. “It doesn’t sound different to me,” says Power, “it’s just the way things have progressed, but I suppose you could say that songs like the opening track, ‘On A City Night’ are, well, catchy? This album shows a few different sides to me.”

Power has rescheduled her summer tour, the new dates are as follows:

26 Jul: Deer Shed Festival, Yorkshire, UK
02 Sep: Glad Café, Glasgow, UK
04 Sep: St. Michael’s, Manchester, UK
05 Sep: Moseley Folk Festival, Birmingham, UK
09 Sep: The Rose Hill, Brighton, UK
15 Sep: The Lexington, London, UK

You can read an in-depth feature on Brigid Mae Power in the next issue of Uncut, out next week. Subscribe here to ensure you receive your copy in good time.

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