Nerina Pallot Releases ‘When The Morning Stars Sang Together’ EP

Rising British singer Nerina Pallot is set to release her third EP in a series of 12 lined up for 2014.

This is set to be a big year for Nerina Pallot, the London-based, Jersey-born songstress who releases her captivating new EP ‘When The Morning Stars Sang Together’ at the end of this month. This evocative offering is the follow up to her ‘The Hold Tight’ and ‘We Should Break Up’ EPs that have been released so far this year, making ‘When The Morning Stars Sang Together’ the third EP in a series of twelve – we weren’t lying when we said 2014 was going to be a big year for Nerina.

Never one to back down from a challenge, Nerina has undertaken to release one EP a month over the course of the year with each release falling on the last Monday of each month – impressive. She even filmed a documentary at RAK studios, which you can watch here, explaining her recording process and why she decided to take on this daring task.

Describing her genre as ‘rock-pop alternative’, her vocals channel serious Marina and the Diamonds, met by Ellie Goulding vibes. Her newly released track from the EP,  ‘No Harm Done’ is testament to this, proving yet again her writing prowess. As ever, the EPs will be released in both physical and digital formats and the end of it all she plans to release two albums.

‘When The Morning Stars Sang Together’ will be released on March 31st.

Words: Brooke McCord