Rosie Nimmo releases her fourth album, ‘Where Time Suspends’.

It’s the first new music from the Edinburgh-based singer-songwriter since a single ‘Hold Up‘, taken from 2017 long-player ‘Scrapbook’.

Like that release and its predecessors ‘Lazy and Mellow’, and ‘Home’, the new album is available in physical form from her website as well as at

Nimmo has previously made many live appearances over the years – from Edinburgh’s renowned International Jazz and Blues Festival to Celtic Connections, across the UK and France.

Previously, she studied art therapy and took up a career with Barnardo’s Skylight Project, working with children who had been victims of sexual abuse.

The album’s 10 tracks were produced by Marc Pilley – the ex-Hobotalk vocalist, now releasing music under his own Arksong moniker – and include single ‘Could Have Been’, inspired by a poem by Peter Roche entitled ‘Somewhere on the Way, Could Have Been’.

Pilley also plays all percussion on the release as well as contributing backing vocals, keyboards, and some guitar. Also on the album are Mairi Campbell on viola, guitarist Graham P. Smith, Tommy Nimmo on bass guitar, and Debbie Nimmo also adds backing vocals.

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