Aldous Harding releases beautiful new single 'I'm So Sorry'
Like many, we at The Digital Fix fell in love with Aldous Harding's music after hearing the New Zealand folk singer's track 'Stop Your Tears' in 2014, followed by her self-titled debut album released the year later via Spunk/Woo Me! Records.
We're therefore proud to share Harding's beautiful new single 'I'm So Sorry'. Listen out for Reuben Derrick's saxophone complementing the singer-songwriter's gothic fairytale vocals and graceful acoustic fingerpicking.
You can read further details about Harding and make plans for her British tour below.
Aldous Harding’s gothic-folk music is not for the faint of heart. Disarming in its desolate imagery and stark instrumentation, it deals with the raw materials of life: death, birth, grief and love. There are few happy endings, but the power is in how Harding enters into battle; with a dancer’s grace and a boxer’s stance.
Somewhat out of step with the 21st Century, Aldous’ music is accompanied by wry wit and tenacious gall that will see her become a true stayer in the music world. Hailing from New Zealand’s Southern port town of Lyttelton, Aldous has received attention and accolades from some of the most illustrious corners of the music industry.
British tour dates:
Monday 4th April: London - Hoxton Bar and Kitchen
Tuesday 5th April: Birmingham - The Sunflower Lounge
Wednesday 6th April: Manchester - Castle
Thursday 7th April: Leeds - Brudnell Social Club
Saturday 9th April: Bristol - Crofter Rights
Sunday 10th April: Brighton - Latest Music Bar
Photo credit: Justyn Strother