Als Support angekündigt, tatsächlich ein Act für sich. Die britische Presse: “Meditative, spectral dreamscapes … extraordinary voice: a fragile, sensuous instrument”, schrieb MOJO. “Lush, dreamy songwriting with a gilded edge… Deliciously moody”, so CLASH. “Khouri’s voice is breathy, sensual, beguiling, meditative and her phrasing is a joy.“ R2
“A pocket-sized book of lullabies, and gothic shanties, whose sounds and lyrics evoke a series of wondrous daydreams and sorrowful, mood-filled, late-night tales.” DROWNED IN SOUND
“The voice. It’s the first and last thing you notice about The Salted Air, a dreamy, handsome, hushed album designed to be played in the blue hours of night, a thing of smoke and pearls and silvered mirrors and bruised hearts.” THE HERALD
“Nadine Khouri has always had the ability to make quietness and subtlety sound huge and mean more than it possibly could. The overwhelming breathless cool of Nadine’s voice is something that you cannot go without hearing.” THE 405.
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