Isobel Campbell

Isobel Campbell

Isobel Campbell was a founding member of Scottish indie pop band Belle and Sebastian, playing cello, singing and composing several of the band’s hits. Her own band The Gentle Waves released their debut album, The Green Fields of Foreverland, on Jeepster Records, quickly followed by Swansong for You. In 2003, Campbell released Amorino, her first album under her own name. The 2006 LP Ballad of the Broken Seas, recorded in collaboration with former Screaming Trees singer Mark Lanegan, earned a Mercury Prize nomination. The pair returned with Sunday at Devil Dirt in 2008, an album of dust-bitten ballads and troubled wanderings that’s even darker than its predecessor.

“5 stars. A spectacular success…a ravishing and unexpected treat.”
The Sun

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