Joana Serrat Shares ‘Cloudy Heart’ (ft. Slowdive’s Neil Halstead) // New Album + Tour

Joana Serrat shares new track Cloudy Heart ft. Neil Halstead

UK tour begins May 7, new album out May 6 on Loose

Hear Cloudy Heart HERE

As featured on BBC 6 Music shows with Lauren Laverne, Shaun Keavney, Steve Lamacq and Gideon Coe

“Charming third album from the Catalan-Canadian… like Mazzy Star guesting on an early Neil Young demo.” 
MOJO

“…the spectre of Joanna Newsom hangs heavy on her breathy vocal – evokes the sweeping alt-country of Lambchop. Gorgeous.” 
NME

“Pick of my post pile today is Joana Serrat”
LAUREN LAVERNE, BBC 6 MUSIC

“fragile, precious and alluring”
Drowned In Sound

“Wonderful” 
Amelia’s Magazine

“Compelling”
Dots & Dashes

Joana Serrat on Cloudy Heart

“Cloudy Heart was built together by David Giménez and myself. The song talks about the very moment when a couple feels like strangers, after coming out of a long journey through darkness together. I like the light that chorus spreads around and the strength that suddenly appears in this part. I feel that it’s a generous and genuine song. While we were writing it, we knew Neil Halstead (Slowdive / Mojave 3) should sing in this song. We met whilst playing in the same festival in Barcelona few years ago. Neil listened to the demo version and said yes immediately. He then went on to play electric guitars on two other tracks on the album – Lonely Heart Reverb and Lover.”

Listen to Cloudy Heart 

May UK Tour Dates

07 Gullivers, Manchester
09 Slaughtered Lamb, London
10 Broadcast, Glasgow
11 Electric Circus, Edinburgh
13 Chapel Arts, Bath

Links:
http://www.facebook.com/JoanaSerrat
http://www.twitter.com/joanaserrat

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