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Rachel Sermanni is a [[FolkMusic "folk-noir"]] artist from Strathspey, [[UsefulNotes/BonnieScotland Scotland]]. Active since 2010, she has produced two studio albums as well as a live album and a number of extended plays, primarily under the equally Scottish indie label ''Middle Of Nowhere''. [[note]]Which is something of a MeaningfulName when one considers how sparsely populated that area of Scotland is.[[/note]] She is known for her sparse and moody sound, smoky voice and bizarre, fairy-tale imagery in her lyrics, which are [[WordOfGod apparently]] inspired by [[BasedOnADream her own dreams.]]

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Rachel Sermanni (born 7 November 1991) is a [[FolkMusic "folk-noir"]] artist from Strathspey, [[UsefulNotes/BonnieScotland Scotland]]. Active since 2010, she has produced two studio albums as well as a live album and a number of extended plays, primarily under the equally Scottish indie label ''Middle Of Nowhere''. [[note]]Which is something of a MeaningfulName when one considers how sparsely populated that area of Scotland is.[[/note]] She is known for her sparse and moody sound, smoky voice and bizarre, fairy-tale imagery in her lyrics, which are [[WordOfGod apparently]] inspired by [[BasedOnADream her own dreams.]]


Rachel Sermanni is a [[FolkMusic "folk-noir"]] artist from Strathspey, [[BonnieScotland Scotland]]. Active since 2010, she has produced two studio albums as well as a live album and a number of extended plays, primarily under the equally Scottish indie label ''Middle Of Nowhere''. [[note]]Which is something of a MeaningfulName when one considers how sparsely populated that area of Scotland is.[[/note]] She is known for her sparse and moody sound, smoky voice and bizarre, fairy-tale imagery in her lyrics, which are [[WordOfGod apparently]] inspired by [[BasedOnADream her own dreams.]]

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Rachel Sermanni is a [[FolkMusic "folk-noir"]] artist from Strathspey, [[BonnieScotland [[UsefulNotes/BonnieScotland Scotland]]. Active since 2010, she has produced two studio albums as well as a live album and a number of extended plays, primarily under the equally Scottish indie label ''Middle Of Nowhere''. [[note]]Which is something of a MeaningfulName when one considers how sparsely populated that area of Scotland is.[[/note]] She is known for her sparse and moody sound, smoky voice and bizarre, fairy-tale imagery in her lyrics, which are [[WordOfGod apparently]] inspired by [[BasedOnADream her own dreams.]]



* SurprisinglyGentleSong: Even though all of ''Under Mountains'' is quite folksy and gentle, the last song (or second-to-last on the vinyl edition), ''Song To A Fox,'' is even softer, resulting in an eerie, whispery atmosphere.

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* SurprisinglyGentleSong: Even though all of ''Under Mountains'' is quite folksy and gentle, the last song (or second-to-last on the vinyl edition), ''Song To A Fox,'' is even softer, resulting in an eerie, whispery atmosphere.


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* DoesNotLikeShoes: In music videos and press releases, as well as gigs.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: In some of her music videos and press releases, as well as gigs.


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** Although this fog could be interpreted as a visualization of a [[SanitySlippageSong gradual loss of control.]]


* SpookyPainting: The cover of ''Under Mountains'' qualifies.

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* SpookyPainting: The cover of ''Under Mountains'' qualifies.sports a bed with a face—an [[EyelessFace eyeless]] one at that. Oh, and the hills have eyes.


* RereleaseTheSong: The EPs ''The Boathouse Sessions'' and ''Everything Changes'' share two tracks: ''Black Hole'' and ''Two Birds''.

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* RereleaseTheSong: The EPs [=EPs=] ''The Boathouse Sessions'' and ''Everything Changes'' share two tracks: ''Black Hole'' and ''Two Birds''.


* DoesNotLikeShoes: In music videos and press releases, as well as gigs.



** ''I've Got A Girl'' sounds like a light-hearted love song. [[SubvertedTrope For a]] few seconds.

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** ''I've Got A Girl'' sounds like a light-hearted love song. [[SubvertedTrope For a]] a few seconds.]]


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* OminousFog: A whole song about it: ''The Fog''.



* ScaryMusicianHarmlessMusic: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. She has quite a quiet and polite stage presence between songs, but her music can be [[NightmareSequence quite]] [[SurrealHorror disturbing.]]
* SpookyPainting: The cover of ''Under Mountains'' qualifies.



** ''I've Got A Girl'' sounds like a light-hearted love song. [[SubvertedTrope For a few seconds.]]
*** It's actually about a creepy doppelgänger [[BasedOnADream she encountered in a nightmare.]]

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** ''I've Got A Girl'' sounds like a light-hearted love song. [[SubvertedTrope For a a]] few seconds.]]
seconds.
*** It's actually about a creepy doppelgänger [[BasedOnADream she encountered in a nightmare.]]]]
* SurprisinglyGentleSong: Even though all of ''Under Mountains'' is quite folksy and gentle, the last song (or second-to-last on the vinyl edition), ''Song To A Fox,'' is even softer, resulting in an eerie, whispery atmosphere.

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* RereleaseTheSong: The EPs ''The Boathouse Sessions'' and ''Everything Changes'' share two tracks: ''Black Hole'' and ''Two Birds''.


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-->"''[[NightmareSequence Under skies of pressing sky upon my dress,''\\

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-->"''[[NightmareSequence Under -->"''Under skies of pressing sky upon my dress,''\\



"''I am clinging to this burning, shaking bed...]]''"

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"''I am clinging to this burning, shaking bed...]]''"''"


-->"''Under skies of pressing sky upon my dress,''\\

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-->"''Under -->"''[[NightmareSequence Under skies of pressing sky upon my dress,''\\



"''I am clinging to this burning, shaking bed...''"

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"''I am clinging to this burning, shaking bed...''"]]''"



*** It's actually about a creepy doppelgänger [[BasedOnADream she encountered in a nightmare.}}

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*** It's actually about a creepy doppelgänger [[BasedOnADream she encountered in a nightmare.}}]]


Rachel Sermanni is a [[FolkMusic "folk-noir"]] artist from Strathspey, [[BonnieScotland Scotland]]. Active since 2010, she has produced two studio albums as well as a live album and a number of extended plays, primarily under the equally Scottish indie label ''Middle Of Nowhere''. [[note]]Which is something of a MeaningfulName when one considers how sparsely populated that area of Scotland is.[[/note]] She is known for her sparse and moody sound, smoky voice and bizarre, fairy-tale imagery in her lyrics, which are [[WordOfGod apparently]] inspired by her own dreams.

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Rachel Sermanni is a [[FolkMusic "folk-noir"]] artist from Strathspey, [[BonnieScotland Scotland]]. Active since 2010, she has produced two studio albums as well as a live album and a number of extended plays, primarily under the equally Scottish indie label ''Middle Of Nowhere''. [[note]]Which is something of a MeaningfulName when one considers how sparsely populated that area of Scotland is.[[/note]] She is known for her sparse and moody sound, smoky voice and bizarre, fairy-tale imagery in her lyrics, which are [[WordOfGod apparently]] inspired by [[BasedOnADream her own dreams.
dreams.]]



*** It's actually about a creepy doppelgänger she encountered in a nightmare.

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*** It's actually about a creepy doppelgänger [[BasedOnADream she encountered in a nightmare.}}

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