The West End and Broadway star has announced he new album is set to be released on the 3rd November.
It has been announced that actress, best known for her portrayal of Elphaba in the hit musical Wicked and Come From Away will be releasing her latest album next month.
The album, produced by Westway Music and distributed by Absolute sees a collection of tracks which reflect, “the hard choices we sometimes have to make between family, home and career. The tracks reflect these different elements of our lives and the choices we make.” The album will be launched at London’s Theatre Cafe on the 9th November.
This news comes as Rachel joins the cast of Sunset Boulevard (playing Monday performances) and ahead of her concert at the Cadogan Hall on the 5th November. Talking about the concert she said: “I am absolutely thrilled to debut my third album at the magnificent Cadogan Hall a venue I’ve been dreaming of performing at for years! Since my last London show. I’ve embarked on an incredible journey, and now I can’t wait to share what I’ve been passionately working on for the past eight months. This album and show encapsulate the music that has shaped my life, from my time in London to New York, Belfast and back! Every note comes straight from my head and my heart, and I’m eager to showcase it all to you.”
…You’re Already Home features new arrangements of classic songs like ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly’ (My Fair Lady) and ‘He’s My Boy” (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie) to The Rolling Stone’s ‘Following The River’ and The Waterboys, ‘Whole Of The Moon’. The album also features duets with Jamie Muscato (‘Happier Than Ever’ by Billie Eilish) and Jason Robert Brown (‘It All Fades Away’ from The Bridges of Madison County) as well as an original song by Irish singer/songwriter Caroline Kay ‘I’m Home’.
Talking about the album, Rachel said: “For this album I really wanted to meld my favourite musical styles together. You’ll find pop, rock, musical theatre and Americana songs. But we’ve tried to give the pop and rock songs more theatre and drama, and the musical theatre songs more of a pop feel. There’s also an Americana undercurrent to the whole thing, as it’s a genre I love and am very influenced by.”