The Secret Sisters release debut album + tour dates with Ray Lamontagne

The Secret Sisters release debut album 'The Secret Sisters' 21st February 2011 on Decca

The Secret Sisters

"Tennessee Me" single out February 14th

February UK tour dates with Ray Lamontagne

'The Secret Sisters' is the self-titled debut album from the incredible new American sister duo, The Secret Sisters, released 21st February 2011.

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Their stunning musical debut was recorded in Nashville in a mere two weeks in legendary Blackbird studios.

The 10-song valentine - helmed by acclaimed producer Dave Cobb (Waylon Jennings, Jamey Johnson), manages to evoke, dare we say, even loftier pop latitudes by tapping into the indie-cool power of the Secret Sisters' mesmerizing vocals: Arrow-straight ("Timeless," is how Cobb describes their harmonizing) the unique, un-filtered Rogers' sound deftly ambling between savant-like grace and 'good 'ol fashioned' pop horse sense - defying both convention and the fake-it-as-you-go M.O. of the contemporary, hyper-shuffled music industry.

It was the Secret Sisters' vocals and their love and respect for music and harmony that first caught the attention of T Bone Burnett, who signed on as Executive Producer after spending time with Laura and Lydia and hearing them sing live, and is releasing the album on his new label created especially for this release - Beladroit.

As Burnett explains, "I have been making music for over forty years and The Secret Sisters album is as close to pure as it gets."

The album was recorded the same way it would have been recorded in the 1950s. No computers or digital equipment were even allowed near the sessions in an effort to capture the sisters' stunning vocal prowess 'as is.' The production team and the girls utilized vintage microphones and 'throwback' recording techniques down to the same type of tape they would have used fifty years ago. "Some songs only took a few takes to capture," says Lydia. "Often we've found we're freshest on the first-take. The way we bounce off each other when singing also seems to give us a confidence to 'go for it,' even though this was our first time in a 'real' studio."


1. Tennessee Me
2. Why Baby Why
3. The One I Love Is Gone
4. My Heart Skips A Beat
5. Something Stupid
6. I've Got A Feeling
7. Do You Love An Apple
8. All About You
9. Waste The Day
10. Why Don't You Love Me
11. House Of Gold

The Secret Sisters UK tour dates with Ray Lamontagne:

(Dates and information subject to change.)

February 2011

20/2 - Birmingham Symphony Hall
21/2 - London, RFH
22/2 - London, RFH
24/2 - Bristol, Colston Hall
25/2 - Oxford, New Theatre
27/2 - Newcastle City Hall
28/2 - Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

March 2011

1/3 - Manchester - Bridgewater Hall
2/3 - Bournemouth Pavillion

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