In the second half of 2022, we’re working toward some big things. As of early September 2022, we’ve already played for Jungle Love Festival and Brisbane Festival. In October this year, we’re due to play at Port Fairy Spring Music Festival in Victoria. And in the closing months of 2022, we’re going to bring you all-new recordings from an all-new album.
Unlike last time, we’re going to introduce this next album in stages. This will involve periodically releasing its music, so you’ll be able to enjoy it even during the process of its development. Our first single from this album is called Carrying The Fire (yes, this is a reference to The Road, by Cormac Mccarthy!).
Our new album, like the last one, is ripe with symbolism and reverence for nature, grounded in lore, emanating mystique and a catalyst for imagined dances and imagined worlds. It’s darker in parts, it’s changed in parts, and it’s considerably longer. As well as our core duo (Tom and Nozomi) it involves collaborations with singers and instrumentalists, including an entire string quartet. More on this soon (we can’t wait to introduce you to our collaborators). We really hope you are looking forward to it.
If you’re lucky enough to be in Port Fairy for the festival (see link above), you will get to hear some of this all-new material before anyone else on earth. We will be playing there, on stage with Black Square Quartet as part of a 90 minute feast for the ears.
Regardless of your travels during October, stay tuned. We’ve got so much music to get to you!
Imagery: These photos were taking during Brisbane Festival’s Art Boat Cruise, and the installation visible in these shots is called The Spheres by internationally renowned visual artist Lindy Lee.