Produced by Slowdive’s Neil Halstead and inspired by the landscape and folklore of Cornwall, this is yet another exquisitely fashioned gem from the innovative American harpist. Accentuated by deft, twinkling synths and echoes of guitar, Lattimore’s panoramic and elegiac harp melodies vividly evoke myriad sounds of nature (the overpowering whistle of wind in ‘Chop On The Climbout’, the rolling waves of the title track) as you’re pulled down into her vast and mesmeric sonic undertow.
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