Nathaniel Rateliff plays Communion EP launch

Sublime vocalist Nathaniel Rateliff plays Communion EP launch show at the Borderline – May 26th ‘The Daytrotter/Communion Live Sessions.’

Denver by way of Missouri songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff will play an extra special show for the Communion collective on May 26th at London’s Borderline venue.

Nathaniel will be launching his exclusive vinyl EP ‘The Daytrotter/Communion Live Sessions’, at the show, featuring songs recorded on both sides of the Atlantic at live shows for Communion in the UK and Daytrotter in the US. Backed by his regular band in the States, the London recordings saw Nathaniel accompanied by musicians Pete Roe, Graham Brown and Ruth de Turberville (Laura Marling).

The EP tracklisting is:

COMMUNION SIDE (recorded at Notting Hill Arts Club, London)
‘Early Spring Till’
‘Bumps and Bruises’
‘You Should’ve Seen The Other Guy’

DAYTROTTER SIDE (recorded in a barn in Elkhorn, Wisconsin)
‘Pounds and Pounds’
‘Whimper and Wail’

Nathaniel Rateliff’s acclaimed debut album ‘In Memory Of Loss’ is out now. Heralded with rave reviews, the Independent called this rising Denver-by-way-of-Missouri folk star’s debut “The best album of its kind that you will hear all year”.

Nathaniel Rateliff also releases his new single, ‘You Should’ve Seen The Other Guy’ on May 30th through Rounder Records/Decca.

Nathaniel Rateliff plays:

Mon 23rd OXFORD, Jericho Tavern
Tue 24th MANCHESTER, Dulcimer
Wed 25th BRIGHTON, Communion at the Hope
Thu 26th LONDON, Borderline

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