Two Ways Home to play the first Nash Nights Event (10th Nov) after the original founders pass the baton over to the in-house team at Under the Bridge.
Two Ways Home announce debut album, due for release in 2019.
After 3 successful, well crafted EPs Two Ways Home have decided it’s time for a full-length album. Returning from a busy summer, packed full of festivals including appearances at the Long Road Festival, Millport Country Festival, Nashville Meets London and a successful Germany/Austria tour, Two Ways Home are getting ready to get back in the studio.
Lyric Magazine describes their song writing as: “breathtaking” and the Essex Chronicle has said that their previous work has been filled with “soaring instrumentation and luscious harmonies”. The new body of work will be exactly that, full of intricate guitar parts, sparkling mandolin riffs and spine-tingling harmonies. Isabella Mariee, one half of Two Ways Home says: “ I am so excited for this new chapter. I love the new songs that we’ve written. Making an album, especially when it’s your first, is exciting but also a little daunting. I can’t wait to record all the songs and show the world how our sound has developed over the past years.” Lewis Fowler adds: “We are really trying to push the boundaries, without it getting too experimental and keeping it in the realms of Americana/Country.”
As a fully independent act Two Ways Home have set up an IndieGogo campaign to help with the recording and PR cost of the album. Rewards will include hand-painted ukuleles, song writing sessions, private concerts and much more. You can find this here.
To top it all off Two Ways Home have been invited to play the first Nash Nights Event on the 10th of November after the founders Janine, Justine and Joanne pass the baton to the in house team at Under the Bridge. They say that the “fantastic country music loving staff are going to take over, they are going to take what we started and make it even better!” Two Ways Home will present some of their new songs at Nash Nights and get the party started with some of their fan favourites adding one or two country covers to get everyone in the mood for an amazing country filled evening.
1st Nov – The Round Up – Colonel Fawcett (Acoustic)
10th Nov – Nash Nights – Under the Bridge (Full Band)
2nd Dec – Retune – Bishop’s Stortford (Acoustic)
ABOUT TWO WAYS HOME:
Two Ways Home are songwriters and alt-country/Americana duo Isabella Mariee originally from Vienna, Austria and Cotswolds lad Lewis Fowler. Now resident in London, they have been compared to The Eagles mixed with Mumford and Sons with a touch of Fleetwood Mac. They have released 3 EPs to date; Wood For Trees, Better Days and Closest Stranger, with the latter being described as a “stunning piece of art” by The Upcoming. Two Ways Home sometimes play as a duo or trio but really excel as a full band. Entertainment Focus highlight: “They’re just as good at slower, more emotional songs as they are at more up tempo numbers, and that’s down to the strength of their writing, musicianship and vocals.”
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