Kirsty Bertarelli - Indigo Shores (Preview)
Preview by Jack Foley
SINGER/Songwriter Kirsty Bertarelli releases her new album Indigo Shores on August 11, 2014, featuring the singles There She Goes and Disappeared.
Kirsty began writing in the mid-90’s and her song I Wouldn’t Wanna Be was a number one hit for the girl group All Saints under the title Black Coffee.
After a hiatus away from music, during which time she dedicated herself to her family, she has come back with a fresh new collection of songs, each one brimming with evocative melodies, beautiful performances and sincere lyrics.
Kirsty is also an exuberant performer, as proven by both her support slot on the Simply Red farewell tour and her slot at the Montreux Pop Festival, and it is in the live environment that the songs really come to life.
The album Indigo Shores takes listeners on a voyage of discovery that echoes Kirsty’s own travels through life, providing stunning imagery for songs that embrace universal emotions.
Kirsty wrote the album with Tom Nichols (Kylie/Celine Dion), Mathias Wollo (Cheryl Cole) and Don Mescall (Ronan Keating/Sharon Corr).
Win Kirsty Bertarelli’s Indigo Shores
To celebrate the release of Kirsty Bertarelli’s Indigo Shores on Monday, August 4, 2014, IndieLondon is offering readers the chance to win 1 of 3 copies on CD. Simply answer the following question…
Q. Which All Saints hit was written by Kirsty Bertarelli?
Simply send the answer to Kirsty Bertarelli Indigo Shores competition and include your name, address, telephone number and email