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The crowd is obliging, practically holding their breath for favourites like “Delicate” and “The Blower’s Daughter”, although they respond with vigour when he invites some ‘audience participation’ for a three-part singalong in “Volcano”. “9 Crimes” is not just heart-wrenching, but heart-tearing-from-chest-and-stomping-on-it.
Rice’s live show, though, belies his reputation as a balladeer, with rock riffs interrupting the reveries.
He approached his music with a new found freshness and decided to put some songs down on record.
His grandmother told him he had a distant cousin in London in the music business.
And every time a new melody starts, we are drawn back into the haunting fairytale.
Rice ends with “Trusty and True”, from the new album.