Adam Holmes is one of the country’s most promising young artists, creating a unique brand of soulful roots music. Support comes from the hugely acclaimed Perth songwriter Laurie Cameron.
One of the country’s most promising young songwriters, Adam and his band The Embers combine the textures of classic artists such as Paul Simon, Neil Young and Ryan Adams with a hint of Scotland to provide their own brand of soulful roots music. With their first two albums nominated for Scottish Album of the Year, the stage is set for their eagerly awaited third album which is being released in Autumn 2017.
Having recently moved back from a spell living in Canada, Perth songwriter Laurie Cameron’s return to the Scottish music scene is something to be celebrated. Her 2015 debut album, The Girl Who Cried For The Boy Who Cried Wolf rightly received a raft of rave reviews:
‘a magnificent piece of work… as good as anything I’ve heard all year’ The Sunday Herald
‘unique and very powerful… it surprises at every turn, both sonically and lyrically’ Roddy Hart, Radio Scotland
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