A soulful, easy listening track: ‘Garden’ is the new single from UK singer-songwriter, Rachel Caddy

Victoria based singer-songwriter Rachel Caddy is set to release her newest single Garden, a soulful, easy listening track self-penned by Rachel herself back in 2015 and nurtured until it reached perfection.

Rachel’s style expands across different genres, making her fanbase eclectic and varying. Growing up listening to a range of artists, beginning with the likes of The Beatles and Simon and Garfunkel at a young age through the influence of her parents, and then moving on to female pop singers such as Kelly Clarkson and Delta Goodrem, Rachel began to grow a passion for song-writing as her music listening shifted to alternative music, giving her inspiration from folk inspired artists such as Matt Corby, electronic artists such as James Blake and rock bands like Nothing But Thieves. The result is an honest songwriting style, blended with indie folk, contrasting writhing bass and powerful drums and sometimes spaced-out psychedelic guitar parts.

The single Garden, was inspired by a quote describing a marriage as being two trees that stand close and prosper, but do not grow in each other’s shadow. Garden explores the concept of relationships being a garden where the soil is fruitful and the trees had sprouted and grown, whilst also considering the idea that a draining relationship can lead to shadows and stunt growth. Written over a long period of time, the track was redrafted a number of times before Rachel eventually decided that it was ready for recording.

Produced by Benjamin McCarthy (Alex the Astronaut, Gordi), Garden boasts wholesome piano chords, warm vocals and acoustic folky guitar rhythms. The single will be available to stream and download from 19th January 2018 and is set to be followed by 3 more releases throughout 2018.

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