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Heather Nova

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London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do) Heather Nova 03:49
Heart and Shoulder Heather Nova 03:58
It's Only Love Heather Nova 04:34
Paper Cup Heather Nova 03:28
All I Need Heather Nova 03:35
Valley Of Sound Heather Nova 04:19
Walk This World Heather Nova 03:48
Aquamarine Heather Nova 02:52
I Have the Touch Heather Nova 04:16
Island Heather Nova 06:20

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Known for her lyrical tones and melodic tunes, Heather Nova (who took her mother's last name) is a singer-songwriter and guitar player who attracted considerable attention among indie rock fans in the 1990s with international performances and albums that sold well if not spectacularly. Born in Bermuda, she spent much of her idyllic childhood on her father's sailboat; she later relocated to England where in 1998 her earnestly appealing single 'London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do' endeared her to British fans and went to number 31 on Billboard's Adult Pop Songs Chart in America.

Nova's family had moved to the United States while she was still a teenager and, having learned to play guitar, she attended the Rhode Island School of Performing Arts and began to write songs. After her move to England, she performed at small venues and released her first album 'Glow Stars' in 1993 followed the next year by 'Oyster', which features a popular single titled 'Walk This World'. That led to two years of concert dates across Europe after which she spent some time in Bermuda and in 1998 she released the album 'Siren' with a more assured and earthy delivery and songs of passion such as 'Heart and Shoulder' and 'London Rain'.

More albums followed including 'South' (2001), 'Storm' (2003), 'Redbird' (2005) and 'The Jasmine Flower' (2008). Her 2011 release '300 Days at Sea', in which she is backed by a full orchestra, draws on her upbringing and her latest album, 'The Way It Feels' in 2015, was recorded in Charleston, South Carolina. Its emotional and poetic songs include 'Women's Hands' and 'The Archaeologist', which Nova told the American Songwriter website was inspired by a visit to Pompeii.