Sunday, 19 January 2014

KIM CHURCHILL - SINGLE REVIEW

Kim Churchill - Some Days The Rain May Fall (Blix Street) 
Kim Churchill - Some Days The Rain May Fall

Release Date: 27th January 2014

OK, I'll admit to a little bit of narrow mindedness here. Before pressing play, I assumed Kim Churchill was an Aussie pop singer lacking in the testicles department. I couldn't be more wrong as Mr Churchill is a thoughtful, talented and tender singer-songwriter. With balls. 'Some Days The Rain May Fall' is a gently pulsing, undulating song full of reminiscence and guitars that ripple and wash over your ears like spring water over smooth pebbles. This is a song that should be heard around a fire while you cradle someone special to you and huddle under a blanket. The second track on this release is 'Fear The Fire' which continues the theme of rolling, almost liquid guitars before building in to a stomping, urgent and vital song that grabs you by throat, lifts you off the floor and holds you for a few seconds and then lets you go. Kim Churchill is touring his ass off this year having already travelled around Europe with Billy Bragg in 2013 so expect to hear a lot more from him in 2014. And it's definitely a him.

More information: http://www.kimchurchill.com

Live Dates:

21st January - The Vanguard, Sydney
22nd January - The Junkyard, Maitland
24th January - The Northern, Byron Bay
25th January - No 5 Church Street, Bellingen
26th January - Flow Cafe, Old Bar
30th January - Transit Bar, Canberra
31st January - Workers Club, Melbourne
1st February - King Island, Currie
9th February - St Kilda Festival, Melbourne
12th March - Centre Culturel De Beloeil, Beloeil
13th March - Theatre Hector-Charland, L'epiphanie
14th March - Theatre Belcourt, Baie-Du-Febvre
15th March - Theatre du Musee Canadien des Civilisations, Gatineau
16th March - Pavillion de L'ille, Chateauguay
19th March - Maison de la Culture de Trois-Rivieres, Trois-Rivieres
20th March - Centre des arts Juliette Lassonde, St-Hyacinthe
21st March - Pavillon Arthabaska, Arthabaska
22nd March - Salle Andre-Prevost, Saint-Jerome
23rd March - Maison de la Culture de Waterloo, Waterloo
25th March - Le Club Quartier Dix 30, Brossard
26th March - Complexe Culturel Felix-Leclerc, La Tuque
27th March - Theatre Palace Arvida, Saguenay
28th March - Theatre Lionel-Groulx, Ste-Therese
29th March - Theatre du Vieux-Terrebonne, Montreal
30th March - Salle Andre-Mathieu, Laval
1st April - Magasin General Le Brun, Maskinonge
3rd April - Theatre Meglab, Malartic
8th April - Centre des Congres de Sept-Iles, Sept-Iles
9th April - Cafe-Theatre Graffiti, Port-Cartier

10th April - Salle Desjardins-Telus, Rimouski

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