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October 12, 2013


New EP ‘Things That People Love To Remember’ set to be released 18th November

Nadine Carina is the electronic-folk songstress releasing Things That People Love To Remember through On The Camper on 18th November.  Born in Switzerland but currently residing in Liverpool, Nadine graduated from the renowned Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts and is now releasing her six song EP this Autumn.

Nadine plays acoustic guitar but likes to experiment with looping vintage toys, small percussive instruments and electronic drum beats. Her vocals have previously lent Nadine fans from some of music’s favourite outlets including The 405, Artrocker and Bido Lito Magazine as well as support slots for Coco Rosie, MS MR and How To Dress Well so far this year.

Lead track, The Love, was one of the first tracks written for the EP and is based upon a romance that didn’t go to plan, with a girl infactuated by a boy whose feelings were not mutual. Bon Iver was Nadine’s main influence when writing this song, which has already had plays from new emerging music lovers, Amazing Radio.

Nadine’s songs for the EP were initially based around the idea of things that she and other people often think about, memories that play a major part in a person’s life leading to the EP’s title Things That People Love To Remember. Her well curated percussive and electronic lines create atmospheric landscapes that sound much greater than the solo performances Nadine plays.

Nadine will be playing the following dates:

19th October – The Bowery, Sheffield

20th October – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

31st October – The Kazimier, Liverpool

More dates to be announced.


The 405 – ‘radiant affair brimming with pop elements’

 Artrocker – ‘a showcase of the beauty that Carina possesses in her fragile vocal chords’

 Bido Lito – ‘Nadine creates wonderful looping soundscapes that are both atmospheric and intimate’

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