Following a run of sold-out shows in Australia and her native New Zealand, 405 favourite Aldous Harding has just shared a new song titled 'I'm So Sorry'. Building on the stark guitar figures, ancient melodies, and desolate lyrical imagery of her self-titled debut album, 'I'm So Sorry' sees the moody singer/songwriter inserting some subtle new elements into her gothic-folk soundworld.

Not quite of our century, Aldous' songs - haunting tales that grapple with death, birth, grief and love with a dancer's grace and a boxer's stance - are accompanied by a dark humor and tenacity all her own. Hailing from New Zealand's Southern port town of Lyttelton, she's an astute prose stylist and with that, one of the most exciting new voices to contribute to folk music in recent years.

Between March and May, Aldous is playing an extensive series of shows across Europe and the UK, culminating in appearing at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton in late May. While on tour, she will be road testing a cycle of new songs, before recording a new album in the UK in July. Keep your eye on her website or Facebook page for more details. You can also watch a recent video of Aldous performing her song 'Horizon' live at Auckland's Whammy Bar here.