Downham Market husband and wife duo release official music video
Husband-and-wife blues rock duo When Rivers Meet, who hail originally from Downham, have released the official music video for their new track Testify.
The single from Grace and Aaron Bond is taken from their new album Saving Grace.
This album will be released by One Road Records on Friday, November 19.
Aaron is a Downham lad who met Grace when she worked behind the bar of a pub in the town.
Saving Grace follows hot on the heels from the band’s critically acclaimed debut album We Fly Free that was released in November 2020, and their previous two EPs, The Uprising and Innocence of Youth.
The band set a record first in May this year by becoming the first-ever artist or band to win four awards at the UK Blues Awards and with their highly anticipated sophomore album they have set out to produce a blues rock album with a more upbeat, punchy, and exciting sound.
Grace said: “We were very conscious that our debut album We Fly Free was a step up in production from our two EP releases previously The Uprising EP and Innocence of Youth.
“We also wanted to keep a live, authentic vibe to the new album to retain the energetic feel in the music.”
Aaron said: “We wanted the album to have more of an upbeat rock feel. We knew exactly what we wanted before we set off to record Saving Grace. We set our expectations high. We’re so pleased with the result and just hope everyone else loves it as much as we do.”
As with their debut album, We Fly Free, a lot of care and attention given to the detail, not only went into the song-writing, but also went into the production on each track, and telling a story from start to finish.
As with their previous album and two EPs, the new album Saving Grace was recorded at the Boathouse in Suffolk with producer and engineer, Adam Bowers.
The new album is mastered by Mike Curtis and was recorded at the Boathouse in Suffolk with producer and engineer, Adam Bowers.