Keeley Forsyth’s latest offering is ‘The Hollow’, a bleakly beautiful and affecting symphony of operatic vocals and windswept soundscapes. Its inspirations? Scott Walker, a remarkable grandmother and an abandoned moorland mineshaft somewhere near Harrogate 

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