Rachel Sermanni returns to London for a special show at St John on Bethnal Green.
Rachel Sermanni is a dynamic (in many senses of the word) singer and songwriter whose performance and lyrics draw from a deep well of mystic lore, dreams, nature and the simple- complex experience of being human.
A contemporary folk musician, influenced by a wealth of genres including jazz, rock, old-time and traditional.
She was born in the Highlands of Scotland in ’91.
Since 2011, Rachel Sermanni has toured the globe, played alongside artists such as Mumford & Sons, Fink, Ron Sexsmith, John Grant, The Staves, Karine Polwart, The Maes and many many more.
To name just a few UK festival appearances: The Great Escape, Liverpool Sound City, Belladrum, Wickerman, Loopallu, Reading & Leeds, HebCelt, and Celtic Connections.
After the release of two studio albums, a live album, a plethora of precious EP’s, a near decade of touring, followed by a year of learning what it is to be a mother, Rachel Sermanni is returning with a new record.
Her third studio album: So It Turns.
Recorded in Berlin, three years ago, and inspired by her time studying & volunteering at a Buddhist monastery, ‘So It Turns’ will be released in August 2019.