Nina Violet | We'll Be Alright

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We'll Be Alright

by Nina Violet

A stereo experience, the songwriting shines, the arrangement dances with your mind movies as you are cradled in the palm of this uniquely moving voice.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. All Your Own
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2. Wake of the Ship
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3. When You're Broken
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4. Play Loud
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5. Everything Comes Apart
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6. O Peals the Bell
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7. Sewing Song
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8. Stealing Flowers
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9. We'll Be Alright
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10. Fill the Well Up
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11. Run to the Stream
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Press
“A modern, funky Edith Piaf” -The Boston Globe

“The kind of soaring, otherworldly harmonies Brooklyn’s Grizzly Bear get all the accolades for….as layered and lush as anything produced by Brian Wilson”
-Crispin Kott – Roll Magazine

“Violet sings and writes songs like a grownup. I mean that in the best sense- when you are wise enough to have no use for affectation of any sort, you just deliver a bullshit-free, direct line to the listener” -Eszther Balint – ArtForum best of 2010

“A quick listen to some of the studio tracks reveals moments of startling voice control in the emerging Violet…Forget Elliott Smith or Devendra Banhart – this was indie folk with attitude.”
-Dan Ashby – The Yorker, UK

“Listen, if you can get past the sheer beauty of her voice, to Nina’s lyrics. How she settles on words so pitch-perfect yet unexpected is one of the unsettling mysteries that is destined to bring Nina to the world’s attention any day now.”
-Daniel Waters – Martha’s Vineyard Times

“The highlight of the evening arrives when Nina briefly takes centre stage. The one song she has time to perform is unexpected, and completely gorgeous. Nina Violet causes a united hushed silence providing three precious minutes of folk perfection. “
-Joshua Cole – Drowned in Sound

“We haven’t quite worked out who Nina reminds us vocally. Like all class acts she reminds you of several people at one and the same time but the whole thing is so seamless that you have your work cut out to identify them and she just ends up sounding like herself….Buf if we say there are similarities to AIMEE MANN, ALISON KRAUSS, ROSANNE CASH, GILLIAN WELCH and LUCINDA WILLIAMS…well you get the picture: she is right up there.”
-The Band Room, UK

More:

“Nina Violet: Finding the Right Words,” The Martha’s Vineyard Times, Ben Williams

“Nina Violet at the Black Swan,” Ammuse’s Weblog

“Nina Violet and Sobule at the Bearsville Theater,” Ammuse’s Weblog


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