Ocie Elliott Signs To Nettwerk, Shares New Song “Hold My Name”
November 7, 2018 BY Nettwerk
Nettwerk is excited to announce the signing of euphoric west coast/indie-folk duo Ocie Elliott, to its worldwide label roster. Hailing from Victoria, B.C and comprised of couple Jon Middleton (of Jon & Roy) and Sierra Lundy, the two met playing music at a festival on the small, wind-swept Salt Spring Island, where their love of music and the chemistry of their voices fostered an instant connection.
Premiering on Spill Magazine last Friday, the pair shared their latest single “Hold My Name” which is off an upcoming new album releasing in early in 2019. When asked about the track, here’s what the pair had to say. “The track is essentially about being there for someone in the long run. It’s a love song that touches on the subtleties in a relationship, the sadness of missing a partner and the idea of having someone to be there through the good and the bad in life. We choose the song title because it alludes to something more personal than love itself. To us, holding someone’s name is a way of communicating a specific kind of eternal love, where the ‘name’ represents a person’s identity, their soul — something that you can’t physically hold. It expresses the feeling of being loved, held, or supported even without palpable affirmation.”
Additionally, Ocie Elliott has hit the road for a string of shows in Western Canada supporting Australian singer-songwriter Kim Churchill. A full list of dates is below.
Stay tuned for more new music and updates from Ocie Elliott in the coming weeks.
Ocie Elliott Tour Dates:
November 2 – Penticton, BC @ Dream Café w/ Kim Churchill
November 4 – Vernon, BC @ Vernon Performing Arts Centre w/ Kim Churchill
November 5 – Fort Langley, BC @ Chief Sepass Theatre w/ Kim Churchill
November 6 – Victoria, BC @ Capital Ballroom w/ Kim Churchill
November 8 – Cumberland, BC @ The Waverley w/ Kim Churchill
November 9 – Nanaimo, BC @The Queens w/ Kim Churchill