FOLLOWING the release of her LP There Are No Saints, Scottish multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Siobhan Wilson has embarked on a UK tour.

Already on the road and playing gigs south of the border, Wilson will return to Scotland to play at The Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh on September 24 and Stirling’s Tolbooth on September 28.

The title of Wilson’s LP is a reflection of the songwriter's thoughts and feelings about the world and humanity.

She said: “There are no humans with a moral sense inherently greater than anyone else's.

“Our moral code is in the equal measure imposed upon and chosen by us. And, of course, this applies to ideas we discover, including religion and musical harmony. For me, music is a form of religion fundamentally rooted in practice.”

Charting through the moments of intense emotions, deep thoughts and blissful memories, There Are No Saints is written from a place of contemplation and courage, and fashioned into a dark fairy tale by Wilson's dreamlike vocals and simple arrangements. It is an eloquent and brave musical collection, the sound of a young songwriter displaying confidence in her work and expanding her artistic horizons.
There are no saints is out now on Song, By Toad.

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