A prelude to her forthcoming debut album, Herefordshire singer-songwriter self-releases an uplifting folksy swaylong about endurance and leaving behind a legacy inspired by a trip to Uffington's famous Chalk Horse and featuring producer Stu Hanna on fiddle and mandolin. It's paired with 'The Eastern Seas', a more melancholic and airy piece which, backed by shruti drone and featuring a bousouki solo, draws on her family background and ancestors that left Ireland during the famine of the 1800s to seek a new life in the North of England and, when conditions proved too harsh, in Canada.
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