The Northern Irish alt-rock sextet Lambing Season are working towards the release of the LP The Quickening of the Year due out towards the end of the first half of this year.
Holywood & Girls, from the forthcoming album, having been revealed a few hours ago and the second from the LP, is of quite different moment than the first song to surface – The Memory & The Flood. The melancholic hue has been cast aside to create, in Holywood & Girls, a sense of forward looking tentative optimism.
An approaching six minutes track (available on bandcamp as a standalone single) plays as though narrating a sense of lingering doubt in ones own mind as the song ranges from quiet acoustic tenderness to strident trumpet confidence in a series of interconnecting chapters.
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The Northern Irish melancholic-rock sextet Lambing Season release the LP Quickening of the Year next year.
All multitude of vocal harmonies gives the first track to surface from the album – The Memory & The Flood (released as a stand alone single available on bandcamp) – a layer of texturing that spins a web of silk through the room and immediately draws a lump in the throat, with various instrumentation including piano, guitars, percussion and brass laying in the hinterland as the back drop to the aching beautiful and sorrowful lead vocal – leaving the listener wiping away tear streaks from the face.
The wistful melodies indicate of an LP to be keeping a keen eye for as to when it surfaces.
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