‚ÄúSongwriters don‚Äôt come much better than this.‚Äù Radio NZ, William Dart
‚ÄúReb Fountain‚Äôs voice demands attention no matter what she sings.‚Äù The NZ Listener, James Belfield
‚ÄúFrom the moment she arrives on the Spiegeltent stage she possesses it completely.‚Äù Bridie Freeman, The Hook
‚ÄúReb Fountain is to be counted among our finest songwriters whose imagery is both personal and universal, and her command of a melody and a song transcends genre.‚Äù Graham Reid, Elsewhere
Reb Fountain’s been busy. After touring and recording with Finn Andrews (The Veils) she released ‘Hopeful & Hopeless’; an EP recorded live at The Wine Cellar, to resounding acclaim. After hearing her perform Neil Finn handpicked Reb to feature in his all-star choir for his month long album building and recording project, ‚ÄòOut of Silence‚Äô. Then Reb released and toured the second of her stellar new projects, ‚ÄòLittle Arrows‚Äô; a much awaited album featuring the late Sam Prebble, that was recorded 6 years ago. Her band, ‚Äòmade up for lost time by putting on one of the finest shows of the year‚Äô (Marty Duda, 13th Floor). Reb jumped straight into ‚ÄòThe Boy Next Door – a celebration of Nick Cave‚Äô to sold out shows around the country. Known for being a stalwart member of New Zealand‚Äôs hardest working band ‚ÄòThe Eastern‚Äô and for her songwriting and performance prowess, Reb is an artist you don‚Äôt want to miss as she hurtles past.
Hear Reb Fountain and band live on RNZ here.
Hear Nick Bollinger discuss Reb Fountain‚Äôs new album ‚ÄòLittle Arrows‚Äô here.
Hear Nick Bollinger share Reb Fountain‚Äôs new EP ‚ÄòHopeful & Hopeless‚Äô.