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Rain Valley People “Winter Mystery”

Rain Valley People will be self releasing the new song “Winter Mystery” on May 1st 2017 on their own EXMusic records

A favourite live, “Winter Mystery” has already attracted attention by being playlisted on Norwich’s’ influential radio station “Future Radio” (FM 107.8 &DAB) as well as played on BBC Radio Norfolk Introducing. Led by Anglo-french producer Alick, (All Mighty Whispers/YoannExner/Elric/FazeOne etc..)Rain Valley People have followed up their well-received debut 4 song EP with a new composition. Acoustic in spirit, “Winter Mystery” harks back to the days of solid songwriting

Originally hailing from France and now based in Norwich, UK, Alick is also half of the song writing team behind “All Mighty Whispers” (5th Album due out in 2017). Songs from the team have been heard on BBC Radio 2/5/6 Xfm, 20th Century film “Desire” , numerous compilation CDs, French TV,Japan. etc…

During 2017, Rain Valley People have been consolidating their reputation as a live act around the Norwich music scene and have so far clocked up some impressive gigs. Notable gigs around Norwich have seen them supporting Sophie Ellis-Bextor at a sold out Norwich Waterfront venue, numerous summer festivals around Norfolk (Dubs in the Hall/Gorleston Beach festival) and playing the famous “Troubadour” club in London . Rain valley People have also played the University of East Anglia twice.

Rain Valley People will be supporting the release with some choice gigs in Norwich in January.

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