SARAH MARY CHADWICK Announces New Album And Reveals Commanding Single ‘EVERY LOSER NEEDS A MOTHER’

New sonic impulses

23 October 2020

Captivating singer-songwriter –SARAH MARY CHADWICK, New Zealand-born and Melbourne-based made a strong impression with her Please Daddy earlier this year
and a new longlayer titled Me & Ennui Are Friends, Baby, her 7th, is already planned
for a February 2021 release via Rice Is Nice Records.

The label informs: Comprised entirely of minimal solo piano arrangements, Ennui is despondently clear-eyed and smirkingly self-deprecating, completing a trilogy of records that started with ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’ and her only outing to date featuring a
full band, ‘Please Daddy’.

Lead-single EVERY LOSER NEEDS A MOTHER is a characteristic, intense meditation. Straight from the heart and soul with her commanding voice making you silent and
listen in wonderment. Enthralling and absorbing. Another triumph.

Enjoy

Also on Bandcamp


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SARAH MARY CHADWICK: Facebook

New album ME & ENNUI ARE FRIENDS, BABY out 5th February

SARAH MARY CHADWICK Shares Video Clip For Ardent Highlight ‘LET’S FIGHT’ From Newest Album

Clips that will have an impact on your eyes and your ears…

Early this year New-Zealand singer/songwriter SARAH MARY CHADWICK
released her emotive new album Please Daddy .

Turn Up The Volume was totally impressed: “It’s a very long time since I heard sadness, grief, distress, sorrow, vulnerability and insecurity sound so heartbreaking and so magnificent at the same time. Chadwick‘s voice is just overwhelming and her awe-inspiring mixed emotions songs (all ballads, except the upbeat ‘Let’s Fight‘) have the same profound impact as Nick Cave‘s most heavyhearted reveries. If you feel down, melancholic and alone than ‘Please Daddy‘ will be a comforting companion.”

Now she dropped a video clip for one of the shining highlights, the only uptempo one. LET’S FIGHT is a terrifically catching humdinger, you want on repeat before it’s over.

“This song was written when I was so fucked up I just wanted to fight until someone cried, somehow to feel better. I’m very slowly learning not to.” says Chadwick.

Watch/listen here…

SARAH MARY CHADWICK: Facebook

Full LP…

SARAH MARY CHADWICK Shares Video For Gripping Highlight ‘‘WHEN WILL DEATH COME’ From Her New Album…

Reveries for the laziest day of the week

The wonderful Melbourne based singer/songwriter SARAH MARY CHADWICK released a week ago her new, sixth album Please Daddy, an emotive and gripping LP with Chadwick‘s voice as the appealing and soul-stirring star of the record. She just shared a video for one of the highlights, the opening track ‘WHEN WILL DEATH COME’.

Listen/watch right here…

Here’s the goosebumps LP in full…


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SARAH MARY CHADWICK: Facebook
photo on top by Xixi Cao

Emotive New Album ‘PLEASE DADDY’ By Magnetic Voice SARAH MARY CHADWICK Out Now!…

25 January 2020

Artist: SARAH MARY CHADWICK

Who: Australian singer/songwriter

Album: PLEASE DADDY – her sixth LP

Press statement: “A collection of ten merciless and arresting new songs, Please Daddy showcases the best of Sarah Mary Chadwick’s songwriting and story-telling, whilst, crucially, offering moments of lightness and humour too. With the addition of woodwind instruments
and golden, flourishing melodies, Please Daddy represents a step forward, suggesting “that
it’s still possible to find meaning when you’re weighed down by feelings”.


Turn Up The Volume:
It’s a very long time since I heard sadness, grief, distress, sorrow, vulnerability and insecurity sound so heartbreaking and so magnificent at the same time. Chadwick‘s voice is just overwhelming and her awe-inspiring mixed emotions songs (all ballads, except the upbeat ‘Let’s Fight‘) have the same profound impact as Nick Cave‘s most heavyhearted reveries. If you feel down, melancholic and alone than ‘Please Daddy‘ will be a comforting companion.

Here’s the pearl in full…


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Buy or stream ‘PLEASE DADDY‘ right here  

TURN UP THE VOLUME’S Eleven Knockout Tracks For MARCH 2019…

Eleven knockout killer tracks from the past month…

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Eleven Knockout Tracks on repeat this past month!
A smoking mix of rolling rippers and mesmeric musings.
Here’s Turn Up The Volume‘s Knockout March Team!

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1. ‘Tastes Good With The Money’ by FAT WHITE FAMILY (London, UK)
The Family tackles good old Britain with groovy and bloody pop stroke…

2. ‘White Male Carnivore’ by YAK (London, UK)
Blazing London trio with rad ripsnorter from new LP Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness

3. ‘Hazel’ by TANGIENTS (Los Angeles, CA, US)
A massive banging recreation of a 1983 Cocteau Twins track…

4. ‘Demeanour’ by CROWS (London, UK)
Crushing missile from these motherrockers’ stirring debut LP Silver Tongues

5. ‘November Man’ by FILTHY FRIENDS (US)
Glorious fuck you Trump uppercut from this supergroup’s new album Emerald Valley

6. ‘Young Evil’ by YES WE MYSTIC (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Multi-layered and dazzling pop symphony from upcoming album Ten Seated Figures

7. ‘Woman’ by KAREN O and DANGER MOUSE (US)
Funky cracker from the duo’s first collaborative album Lux Prima

8. ‘Bullets’ by ZINNIA (Toronto, Canada)
A powerful piece of dramatic pop magnificence and spine-tingling splendor…

9. ‘I Quit’ by PORLOLO (Denver, US)
Loud and clear message. Rollin’ and rockin’…

10. ‘Calling Me’ by WILD MERCURY (Montreal, Canada°
Slow moving blues stroke cutting like a Swiss knife…

11. ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’ by SARAH MARY CHADWICK  (Melbourne)
An impressive organ and an impressive voice sending shivers down your spine…

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Singer/Songwriter SARAH MARY CHADWICK Sends Shivers Down Your Spine…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

Australian singer-songwriter SARAH MARY CHADWICK has accomplished something truly special. All the tracks off her new album, titled ‘THE QUEEN WHO STOLE THE SKY‘ – out in April – were recorded live, last Winter, when she played them on Melbourne Town Hall’s 147 year-old grand organ. Chadwick says that “the songs are mostly about rural isolation, death, and the fact that I’m always waiting for life and it never arrives – it only ever leaves”.

The artist dedicates the longplayer “to anyone who ever wanted a little bit more than
what life had to offer them
”. On hearing the title track you’ll experience that this lady
has something achieved out of the ordinary. Not only is the song, a goosebumps ballad, spine-tingling but the striking combination of her impassioned voice and the impactful sound of that monumental organ lifts the whole performance to a mystifying level that sends shivers down your spine.

Breathtaking. Feel it right here…

SARAH MARY CHADWICK: Facebook / Label: Rice Is Nice


Album THE QUEEN WHO STOLE THE SKY out 12th April – all info on Bandcamp