'The Stand-In' will be released on the 25th February via Names Records. The opening track from the album - 'No One To Call'
To mark the release of 'The Stand-In', Caitlin will be playing four UK headline shows in late February 2013.
Tues, 26 February - Bristol, Fleece
Wed, 27 February - London, Dingwalls
Thurs, 28 February - Leeds, Brudenell
Fri, 1 March - Manchester, Ruby Lounge
This is an album that contains multitudes though. 'Everywhere I Go' is brimful with heartburst emotions and the aching rush of first love. There's 'Waitin', a vampy, rollicking 'done-you-wrong' song that kicks like a mule, with killer soul revue backing vocals. Classic ragtime, complete with massive opening drum fill even gets a showing, with album closer, 'Old Numbers' (you know those ones, you keep them in your phone, just in case). Caitlin: "My obsession with Bob Fosse went into overdrive after we wrote this. Cabaret, All That Jazz, Lenny. These were all big inspirations for me in the record personally. Fosse himself is a subject I am fascinated with and he's been a driving force in my creativity for a while now. He's a devil on my shoulder that I am more than happy to oblige."
The outpouring of acclaim Caitlin Rose generated with her debut is about to become a deluge. 'The Stand-In' is Caitlin Rose unabashedly stating her case for being at the very forefront of the burgeoning 'New Nashville'.
'The Stand-In' Tracklisting:
1. No One To Call (available as exclusive stream now)
2. I Was Cruel (The Deep Vibration cover)
4. Only A Clown
5. Pink Champagne
6. Dallas (Felice Brothers cover)
7. Golden Boy
8. Everywhere I Go
9. Silver Sings
10. When I'm Gone
12. Old Numbers