Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…
Australian singer-songwriter SARAH MARY CHADWICK has accomplished something truly special. All the tracks off her new album, titled ‘THE QUEEN WHO STOLE THE SKY‘ – out in April – were recorded live, last Winter, when she played them on Melbourne Town Hall’s 147 year-old grand organ. Chadwick says that “the songs are mostly about rural isolation, death, and the fact that I’m always waiting for life and it never arrives – it only ever leaves”.
The artist dedicates the longplayer “to anyone who ever wanted a little bit more than
what life had to offer them”. On hearing the title track you’ll experience that this lady
has something achieved out of the ordinary. Not only is the song, a goosebumps ballad, spine-tingling but the striking combination of her impassioned voice and the impactful sound of that monumental organ lifts the whole performance to a mystifying level that sends shivers down your spine.
Breathtaking. Feel it right here…
Album THE QUEEN WHO STOLE THE SKY out 12th April – all info on Bandcamp