Eliza Carthy & Tim Eriksen’s Bottle reviewed

  • May 18, 2015

Eliza Carthy & Tim Eriksen - BottleEliza Carthy & Tim Eriksen release their much anticipated new album ‘Bottle’ today. Made up of traditional material from both sides of the pond and influences altogether other, Bottle features fiddle, electric guitar, banjo and bass drum and is brimming with passion and energy.

Already receiving high praise in the folk world the new album has garnered several 4 star reviews in the National press, you can read the best of them below and follow the links to read more.

Bottle is available now from Propermusic, Amazon, iTunes and all good record stores.

“spirited, experimental folk revivalism”The Guardian

“one Atlantic crossing that has worked out rather well and as special relationships go, this one is the real deal.”Folk Radio UK

“a brilliant combination of Carthys’ folk credentials and Eriksens genre-hopping eclecticism, the result a rootsy hybrid of Americana and Anglicana that mixes tradition and modern experimentation.”Dancing About Architecture

“you’ll discover Eliza and Tim giving thirteen performances worthy of rivalling folk’s finest.”Real Gone Rocks

Bottle reviews