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Archived Isobel Campbell

Isobel Campbell

Plus support from Nina Violet

After a prolonged absence and major changes in her life, the Glasgow-born singer-songwriter and cellist has made her freest, finest album yet - There Is No Other.

14 years since her last solo album, There Is No Other is a very grown-up record. 13 tracks of hook-driven melody across a wide spectrum of subtle, alluring arrangements and moods, from intense to mysterious to carefree, topped by her trademark gorgeous soft-spun voice.

Campbell was 19 when she first emerged, as a founder member - and inspirational muse - of indie royalty Belle & Sebastian. Going solo in 1999, she called herself The Gentle Waves for two dream-folk albums before beginning more expansive records under her own name.

“The main thing with this album was to find my own voice...a record without reference points. Any influences were sub-conscious. Even if what came up was strange or odd, it was just me.”
Isobel Campbell


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