“Other is not just any other album. It shows Alison Moyet as a vocalist of immense sensitivity, feeling and lasting power. She is right at the top of her game musically and lyrically, delivering pop music that is more relevant now than at any point in her illustrious career.” – MusicOHM
“Moyet shows no sign of losing the star dust that made her an international star in the first place.”
– Drowned In Sound
“Moyet is as strong as ever.” – The Advocate
ALISON MOYET Performs “The Rarest Birds”
on THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW New Album OTHER Out Now via Cooking Vinyl
Alison Moyet Performing “The Rarest Birds”
Flanked by fellow guests Mark Wahlberg, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland, Andy Serkis and Woody Harrelson, Cooking Vinyl recording artist and pop legend ALISON MOYET performed the song “The Rarest Birds” on BBC One’s THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW.
Taken from her critically-acclaimed new album OTHER, Moyet explained the meaning of the song to Drowned in Sound and how it relates to the communal atmosphere of diversity and acceptance of her current home of Brighton, England:
“In Brighton, diversity is standard so that a lack of it elsewhere seems unsightly. This song celebrates a place where a person can be who they were meant to be. It celebrates solidarity when it comes to individualism. It holds hands and calls time on silence, stillness, fear. It celebrates beautiful girls born boys. Stronger boys for being born girls. Freedom to identify where best we fit.”
Bursting with clarity, vitality and freshness, OTHER finds Moyet at the top of her game – making exactly the adventurous music she wants to at this moment in time, with her voice and songwriting both intense, poetic and thought provoking. Other was again catalyzed by Alison’s fruitful partnership with producer and song writing collaborator Guy Sigsworth, who (as well as having worked with Björk, Goldie and Madonna) also co-created her last album the minutes, which debuted at # 5 in the national UK charts and won international critical acclaim.
US/Canada: 11 Sept – Sixth and I: Washington DC 12 Sept – The Trocadero Theatre: Philadelphia, PA 13 Sept – Royale, Boston, MA 15 Sept – Irving Plaza; New York, NY 17 Sept – The Danforth Music Hall: Toronto, ONT 19 Sept – Park West: Chicago, IL 20 Sept – Fine Line Music Café: Minneapolis, MN 22 Sept – Star Theater: Portland, OR 23 Sept – The Showbox: Seattle, WA 25 Sept – The Fillmore: San Francisco, CA 26 Sept – Music Box: San Diego, CA 27 Sept – The Fonda Theater: Los Angeles, CA