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The CW’s The Republic of Sarah Features Wendy Rae Fowler’s New Single Released Tomorrow: Full Album Nov. 5
WENDY RAE FOWLER TO RELEASE SINGLE “THIS IS NOT A LOVE SONG” AS FEATURED ON THE CW’S THE REPUBLIC OF SARAH ON SEPTEMBER 10
This is the Second Track Featured on The Republic of Sarah from Her Upcoming Full-Length Album Warped: Resurrection Set for November 5th via Ghost Rhythm Records, Pre-Order Here
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LONDON, ENGLAND & LOS ANGELES, CA (THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 2021) - Fans Of: Chelsea Wolfe, PJ Harvey, Fever Ray, Johnette Napolitano, Shirley Manson, Ari Up, Siouxsie Sioux take note. Wendy Rae Fowler announced today that the single “This is Not A Love Song,” which was featured on the CW’s The Republic of Sarah, is confirmed for release on September 10.
The stirring new single is the second track from her forthcoming album, Warped: Resurrection (from Ghost Rhythm Records set for release on November 5) to be featured by the new series The Republic of Sarah. The first, Run, was licensed for the second episode of the series. Additionally, Fowler has recently penned and performed tracks for shows like The Killing (AMC) and Orange is the New Black (Netflix).
“This is Not A Love Song,” started out as a lullaby, an homage to a loved one but evolved into something far more sinister,” said singer & performer, Wendy Rae Fowler. “Grief churns up a slew of emotions, and in the middle of the storm the focus changed from love to vengeance. It’s really exciting to know that so many people will get a chance to hear this single via The Republic of Sarah and I can’t wait to share the full-album Warped Resurrection later this year.”
Fowler’s work has been variously described as “Brutal and Beautiful” by The Sunday Times and “Eerie and unforgettable” by The Guardian. Oozing a dark, psychedelic allure, it’s propelled by a gritty energy as Wendy’s soaring, bewitching vocals flow against whirring psychedelic hooks and tribal beats, creating a captivating soundscape.
Prior to going solo, Wendy Rae Fowler was a founding member of We Fell To Earth, and has collaborated with numerous bands and artists, including vocals on Queens Of The Stone Age’s “Feel Good Hit of The Summer,” Mark Lanegan (Bubblegum, Field Songs, Here Comes That Weird Chill), Eagles Of Death Metal (Death By Sexy) and Maya Jane Coles. Her music has also featured on the critically acclaimed film Jeune et Jolie and the BBC Documentary A Year in an English Garden: Flicker + Pulse. She has just composed the original score for the documentary film Clay + Bone, featuring Will Self.