Singer Nadine brings her haunting sounds to Sheffield

Singer-songwriter Nadine Khouri, appearing at Cafe #9, Sheffield
Singer-songwriter Nadine Khouri, appearing at Cafe #9, Sheffield

Celebrated British-Lebanese singer and songwriter Nadine Khouri is in Sheffield on Tuesday, October 16 as part of a tour ahead of the release of her three-song EP, A New Dawn, on October 26.  

The EP was mixed by Alan Weatherhead, who has worked with US indie band Sparklehorse.

Nadine has also recorded a cover of Spirit Ditch with Adrian Crowley in tribute to the late Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse.​​​​​​​

Her music is often dream-like and full of longing and her voice is husky and haunting, often with uniquely halting phrasing.

Nadine began her career as an acoustic singer-songwriter in New York, self-releasing her first EP A Song to the City, a mix of folk and atmospheric indie-rock.

Returning to London, she worked with PJ Harvey and This is the Kit producer John Parish on her well-received LP, The Salted Air, released last year. ​​​​​​​

Nadine Khouri appears at Cafe #9, Nether Edge Road on Tuesday at 7.30pm.