Tallulah Rendall’s second album ‘Alive’ is replete with effortlessly captivating tracks and the album’s debut single ‘Ghost on the Water’ is an affecting and ethereal slice of intelligent pop which builds to soaring, expansive climax, with Tallulah’s voice a mesmerising constant.
Recorded at Hookend Studios, formerly owned by David Gilmour and the erstwhile home of Radiohead, Morrisey and The Manic Street Preachers, ‘Ghost on the Water’ retains that vital, magical ‘live’ feel whilst affording every individual intricacy of Tallulah’s song writing the glorious clarity which it richly deserves.
Tallulah’s debut album, ‘Libellus’ was a soulful, mellifluous and downright beautiful affair which led to the Evening Standard calling her a ‘top up and coming artist’ and Contact Music branding the album ‘sublime, fragile, soulful and heart-piercing in its intensity’.
‘Ghost on the Water’, is released on September 27th and is accompanied by a stunning video, featuring the effortlessly beautiful pole, tissue and silks dancing of Amy Richardson-Impey. “The decision to work with different artists for each track on the album was born out of my initial collaborations with Amy when on tour in New Zealand. She really is a wonderful dancer and it was an absolute privilege to work with her” said Tallulah.
Tallulah’s second full album ‘Alive’ is scheduled for early 2011.