Lord of the Isles and Scottish poet Ellen Renton join forces for a reflective record that touches on themes related to climate change, both in the present and future.
“Ellen’s poem ’Passing' blew me away and I felt compelled to provide it with a musical accompaniment. I liked how Ellen's vocal recording sounded lo-fi, so I created an environment around it to make it feel cinematic.”
‘Inheritance’ the closing track, picks up where ‘Passing’ leaves off, completing a journey it feels like many of us will experience.
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Have been so looking forward to hearing this album and it does not disappoint! An absolutely masterful debut long player, perfect balance of art and the dance with not a single note, beat or sound out of place. Love it to bits!
I also HIGHLY recommend checking out his previous singles too, especially 'Whities012' for the track 'Volumes' - hands down one of the best songs I've heard in the last decade. Tip!!! Source Invisible
This is rather difficult to describe. It's pretty minimalist with a strong focus on the drumming patterns, yet these are rather gentle and not aggressive. The more the listener progress through the tracks, some melodies start to come in smoothing a bit the edges. I'd recommend listening from beginning to end in one go to get the full scope of this EP. Thibaut Devigne