Vancouver indie folk-pop artist Stephanie Ratcliff will be performing in Charlottetown Aug. 12 as part of a Canadian tour to promote her new EP.
Ratcliff, who recently released her new recording called “Land In Unknown Places” will hit the stage at Baba’s Lounge in Charlottetown.
The first single from the EP, called “Come Alive”, made its debut on June 29 when the video premiered at Live in Limbo.
“Land In Unknown Places” is Ratcliff 's second EP and third release. Her first EP, “Things Above Ground”, was released last year and her debut full-length album, “Memories of the World”. came out in 2015.
When she began the process of creating her new EP, Ratcliff found herself moving in a new musical direction.
"My first two releases were very much about my own brokenness and healing and wanting to give hope to others, and I think that thread is woven through all my music, but this EP is more ‘other-focused’ and specifically about the kinds of connections we have with each other, and how deep, powerful, and life-changing those connections can be," she says.
"Musically, it’s intentionally a little less polished and a little more raw, which I felt was important in order to help shape and convey the meaning and emotions of the songs. Because, really, that’s just how life is with each other - unpolished and raw."
“Land In Unknown Places” is be available on Spotify, Apple Music/iTunes, and other digital retailers and streaming services. For more information and the most up-to-date tour schedule, visit stephanieratcliff.com.