Nadia Reid will be playing two shows on St Pancras Old Church on Mar 9th.
7pm doors – SOLD OUT
9pm doors – SOLD OUT
Acclaimed New Zealand musician Nadia Reid is praised the world over for her intimate, complex songwriting. She is described by The Guardian as ‘an understated, wise guide through uncertain territory’ while her lyrics are called ‘allegorical…brutally honest’ by The Revue. What brings Reid’s lyrics to life is her unique voice and accompanying soundscapes that seem to at once evoke the rugged beaches and mountains of Aotearoa, the Port Chalmers harbour of her home, and the roaming, open territory of the road.
In March of 2020, Reid released her third full-length album ‘Out of My Province’ via her own label Slow Time Records in New Zealand and Spacebomb Records for the rest of the world. The Line of Best Fit declared it Reid’s “most polished album to date” with Uncut calling it “her best album yet”, awarding it 8/10. In New Zealand, Reid was then shortlisted for Silver Scroll Award (Top 5), 3 NZ Music Awards and most recently the Taite Music Prize (for the third time).
Reid has completed three European tours with long-time collaborator Sam Taylor, performed several times in New York City, and completed countless tours of New Zealand and Australia. In between recent Covid-19 lockdowns, she completed an Opera House & Theatre tour of Aotearoa with her 6-piece band, and a 20 date “Reid & Ruins” tour with Tiny Ruins’ Hollie Fullbrook. The Revue said of Reid “Whereas pop and rock stars may hear raucous cheers and shouts during their concerts, Reid hears only silence because every person is gazing at her and lost in her stories. This is a power that few artists possess”.
Tickets £14 + bf
St Pancras Old Church
Pancras Rd, London, NW1 1UL