Scarecrow / All You Love Is All You Are

by Bridie Jackson and The Arbour

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Bridie Jackson & The Arbour's new double A-side is their first release since they joined Debt Records in November.

First track, Scarecrow, the dramatic, theatrical lament of a dead bride (written by Debt Records' Louis Barabbas) is complemented by a new recording of popular album track, All You Love Is All You Are - “One of the most perfectly constructed and heartbreakingly beautiful ballads I've heard in a long time” (Now Then, Sheffield).

"Unequivocally beautiful, haunting, clever and worthy of so many looped listens" - Musika

Single of the Month: "A real folky winner; a beguiling, lilting enchantress of a song, which features some quite beautiful cello work and is dripping in gorgeous harmonies"
- The Crack Magazine


Released by: Debt Records
Release/catalogue number: DEBTREC 32
Release date: 11th February 2013.

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released February 11, 2013

Written by Louis Barabbas
Arranged by Bridie Jackson & The Arbour
Recorded at Blank Studios, Newcastle, by Sam Grant


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Bridie Jackson and The Arbour Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Newcastle based trio Bridie Jackson and The Arbour are an eclectic group of folk-influenced musicians. Hauntingly ethereal, yet fused with dark and powerful undertones; this eccentric ensemble inject contradictions galore, with their union of bright melody and sombre lyricism.
'Original and magical' (Consequence of Sound)
'Movingly soulful' (Telegraph)
'Seriously awesome' (For Folk's Sake)
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