Emma Ruth Rundle
Emma Ruth Rundle’s new album ‘Engine of Hell’ is stark, intimate, and unflinching. For anyone that’s endured trauma and grief, there’s a beautiful solace in hearing Rundle articulate and humanize that particular type of pain not only with her words, but with her particular mysterious language of melody and timbre.
The album captures a moment where a masterful songwriter strips away all flourishes and embellishments in order to make every note and word hit with maximum impact, leaving little to hide behind.
Engine of Hell sees its release November 5, 2021 on Sargent House. To pre-order, go here.
A gentle melancholy piano line introduces album opener and lead single “Return,” and when Rundle finally sings, every syllable guided with the utmost intention, she unleashes the ominously cryptic opening lines “A rich belief that no one sees you / Your ribbon cut from all the fates and / Some hound of Hell looking for handouts / The breath between things no one says.” The ambiguity may obscure the muse, but it doesn’t diminish its heaviness.
AUDITORIUM TICKETS are on the ground floor, in theatre style rows and are allocated on point of purchase. The auditorium is fully wheelchair accessible- please contact us for wheelchair tickets.
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AGES 14+ (UNDER 16’S MUST BE ACCOPMANIED BY AN ADULT) // DOORS 19:00