Nothing else like it. field recordings bring visceral clarity to the tracks. pulses calm the listener into trances of serene calmness. a tour into darkness that comforts and calms. seductive.
Sound-driven society are pleased to present the “Loneliness” series.
Thank you all so very much, who have supported our work so far.
And thank you all for listening.
LONELINESS - PART ONE
The last year’s leaves are on the beech: The twigs are black; the cold is dry; To deeps beyond the deepest reach. The Easter bells enlarge the sky. O ordered metal clatter-clang! Is yours the song the angels sang? You fill my heart with joy and grief - Belief! Belief! And unbelief… And, though you tell me I shall die, You say not how or when or why.
– Sir John Betjeman, Loneliness 1974
released June 9, 2017
All tracks written, composed, recorded, mixed & produced by G. Sandstedt at Ampersand Studios. Craftwork & cover design by www.shagbagboy.com (SBB Graphic Design co.)
If you are a usual player of The Long Dark or The Hunter Call of the Wild in the Medved Taiga reserve, you will probably understand why I like these five winter themed albums so much.
If you also have a special place in your heart for The Wendigo by Algernon Blackwood... same thing.
Very ominous themes which translate very well the dangerous isolation and cold of winter. Forto Reibus.