GRAMMY AWARD WINNER SONYA KITCHELL Reveals “Hurricane” via Elmore Magazine

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Reveals “Hurricane” via Elmore Magazine

“Powerful track…Earthy blues blend well with Kitchell’s raw, yet clear as the desert sky vocals.”
– Elmore Magazine

2nd Track Revealed Off Forthcoming LP
We Come Apart Out January 22nd
via Rockwood Music Hall Recordings/Thirty Tigers

Pre-Order & Receive Album Singles “Mexico” and “Hurricane

Watch the “Mexico” video via Paste  & YouTube

Select Tour Dates Kick Off Next Week!
1/15-1/17: Santa Rosa Beach, FL @ 30A Songwriters Festival
1/21: Northampton, MA @ Parlor Room

1/22 @ Mercury Lounge, 8pm
Ft. special opening set by Lewis Lazar

“Subtle magic”
– Entertainment Weekly
“Sleepy, sinuous vocal[s] and lilting, blues-kissed songs”
– USA Today
“Subtle beyond her years, with a grit-and-honey voice”
Washington Post
 “Kitchell’s sandy voice [recalls] Feist in its brand new and newly lush surroundings.”
Consequence of Sound

It’s said that every cell in our bodies regenerates over the course of seven years, making us different people than we were before. It’s a different Sonya Kitchell who returns after seven years with We Come Apart, her first full-length album since 2008. The 12-track collection – featuring the sensuous debut single “Mexico” (dubbed a Consequence of SoundTop New Track”) – is due January 22nd on Rockwood Music Hall Recordings/Thirty Tigers.

Today, Sonya reveals Hurricanewith Elmore Magazine, the second album single. The tunes upbeat hand claps and melodic vocals meld Sonya’s love of desert blues with West African Tuareg influences as she tackles sobering subject matter.

“It’s a song about the perpetual natural and man-made disasters we face as a species and how we do or don’t deal with them, explains Sonya.


We Come Apart sees Kitchell stepping into the roll of producer for the very first time.  An album of powerful piano infused folk, she laid the foundation of the record with multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismaily and a host of notable friends including members of the The Dap Kings’ Horn Section, Cellist Gyda Valtysdottir of MUM, Nate Walcott of Bright Eyes, and more.

Revered for her raw, spellbinding vocals, be sure to catch Sonya live as she heads out on tour for a select series of dates next week!

Pre-order We Come Apart here.

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