“A delicately etched piece of work…” – Clash
“…perhaps one of Mull’s finest, lesser known exports…”– Folk Radio UK
“…considered, earnest, reflective folk… – Digital Spy
Sorren also released a cover of Roddy Hart & The Lonesome Fire‘s ‘Tree Of Darkness’ which you can stream and download for free via the ABoF SoundCloud page. You can also stream the title track from Sorren’s previously released EP Way Back Home via the ABoF SoundCloud page and watch the video that premiered on Clash Magazine‘s website via YouTube.
The album began taking shape in 2012 when Sorren was commissioned by the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow to write and perform as one of their New Voices. Originally written for a 7 piece band and recorded shortly after being performed live and in full, there is a sense of weight and purpose to the album. Sorren’s delicate touch can be found in every facet of the arrangements, whether it’s the swelling strings of ‘Bootlace Chases’, the laid back meandering guitar of ‘Aeroplane Leaving’ or the barn-storming ballad, and title track, ‘Winter Stay Autumn’.
Sorren has performed on over 20 albums, including upcoming releases from Nashville singer Eliza Lynn, Rura‘sSteven Blake, Andrew Mitchell from The Hazey Janes and the legendary King Creosote. Winter Stay Autumnquickly follows recent EP release Way Back Home which picked up support from the likes of Clash Magazine, Folk Radio and BBC Radio Scotland. Having just finished touring with the aforementioned King Creosote, Sorren hit the road with Idlewild throughout the month of March, making 2015 another prolific year for the talented singer songwriter.