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No Time To Die

Fireside Bellows
No Time To Die

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Available Monday 3rd November

Recorded over 9 days at Spicerack Studios in Brunswick, Melbourne, No Time to Die is the debut album from the remarkable alt. country harmony collaboration of local acclaimed Melbourne Song-smith Jordie Lane and Canadian singer songwriter Tracy McNeil. Within the walls of the old warehouse studio, a true alchemy existed through the merging and seamless blend of Lane and McNeil’s voices to form one pure sound.

The album moves through various musical styles, but it is always held firmly together through its simple country instrumentation and raw approach to production and Lane and McNeil’s remarkable vocal connection. Fireside Bellows have that special something; with beautifully crafted stories that are delivered with honesty and a shared contemporary perspective on life.


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Liz Stringer, 2008

Jordie Lane and Tracy McNeil produce songs and performances as moving
as they are skillful  and inspiring. The beauty of Fireside Bellows makes
me weak at the knees, makes me smil...more

John Carver, Across The Tracks, 106.7fm PBSFM

Happenstance is a wondrous thing. A totally unexpected connection made from thousands of kilometres away turns out to be simply magical.
That's what happened when Canadian Tracy McNeil came...more

Wally De Backer (Gotye)

Fireside Bellows' Jordie Lane and Tracy McNeill have voices that sound
like they've been superglued together since birth. Their guitar and banjo
work isn't half brilliant either.more

Mia Dyson

I love the album! It's so melancholy and beautiful. Harmonies are insane.

Jeff Jenkins, JB HI FI Magazine Dec 2008

Jordie Lane is an emerging star. 2009 will bring his debut solo album, but he also has a duo, Fireside Bellows, with Tracy McNeil, a Canadian singer now based in Melbourne. Sad songs say so...more

Jo Roberts EG, The Age 2008
You know that swoony feeling you get when you hear the voices of a man and woman blend so seamlessly, it’s as if their hearts are also beating in unison? Gram and Emmylou always do that for me. ...more

Sam Fell, Inpress(#1045, Nov 12, 2008)

One of the best musical unions seen and heard around these parts in some time.

The Daily Planet, ABC Radio National

Their debut CD No Time to Die covers the full gamut of country styles from tragic murder ballad to oh-so-clever love ditties via rockabilly and a touch of western swing. There are some ...more

Tim Burke, Inpress 2008

When local song writing talent Jordie Lane and interloping Canadian troubadour Tracy McNeil sat down one night and wrote On The Run together, Fireside Bellows was born. Less than a year later, t...more

JP, Readings Monthly Feb 2009

Local troubadour Jordie Lane has teamed up with now Melbourne-based Canadian songstress Tracy McNeil to deliver one of the more beautiful albums of recent times. Although recorded in Brunswick,...more