Rae Morris’ third album is both a homecoming and a rebirth; a tender and staggeringly original record about finding solace in familiarity, as much as it is a celebration of defiantly embracing the unknown. Written and recorded after parting ways with her label of eight years – and prior to signing with RCA – Rachel@Fairyland is also the sound of the Blackpool born star exploring her artistry utterly unfettered for the first time since she was discovered, in her mid-teens.
As Morris tells it, the experience of leaving the label was both liberating and terrifying. “In many ways, it was a massive relief being dropped,” the now-29-year-old singer-songwriter smiles, speaking from her home in North London, while nursing her baby daughter, Marla. “That was the thing I had been most scared about since the moment I was signed.”
Revisiting her own story to this point Morris has no regrets, for every challenge has ultimately helped shape her personal and creative development. It’s this very journey you can hear on Rachel@Fairyland, a truly exceptional record mingling magic and memory that speaks to the child Morris once was and the woman she’s become.
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