Supported by Vinny Peculiar
Canadian singer-songwriter Christina Martin effortlessly blends alt-country and rock with pop-sensibility. Her fifth album It'll Be Alright finds the Halifax-based singer-songwriter attaining what her music has always suggested, a place where the ghosts of her musical heroes freely mingle with pop-rock's modern architects. The album's brilliance is its seamless blend of the past and present. The bridge between them is Martin's voice, an instrument both haunting and immediate, traits that could also best describe It'll Be Alright's lyrical content. This is her most accomplished but also most accessible album to date.
'Martin's voice is lovely; powerful and emotive and bang on the note... she has a way with a chorus and a hugely believable way of singing them.' - Maverick Magazine
Support comes from Salford musician and poet Vinny Peculiar.