Nadia Reid possesses a measured melancholia that speaks
eloquently of the smoldering embers of life's firestorms. At 22,
her much lauded EP 'Letters I Wrote And Never Sent' received
critical acclaim in 2011. Reid's track 'Rise and Fall', penned at
17, came to be featured in Gerard Smythe's post Christchurch
Earthquake Film 'When A City Falls', and has accumulated several
large national tours under her belt.
Raised in Port Chalmers, a coming of age in the musical mecca of
Christchurch, followed by a building of song towers in the
metropolis of Auckland, Reid is presently hunkered down in the
Capital crafting songs for her debut LP 'Listen to Formation, Look
for the Signs' due for independant release in 2014.
Nadia Reid is a professional busker and is joined by Richard
Pickard for the 2014 World Buskers Festival.