Woman's Hour - Ephyra
Kendal three-piece Woman’s Hour appeared on the scene in 2011 with a string of fine singles before releasing their debut album ‘Conversations’ to critical acclaim in 2014. Whilst working on their follow up the band decided to call it quits due to declining mental health and tensions within the band that come with the pressure of a second record. After some time had passed the group decided to finish what they had started and as such ‘Ephyra’ was released in 2019, five years after their debut.
"Most of these songs were recorded as demos on a farm in the outskirts of Kendal in early 2015. We brought our Roland Juno 60 and Korg MS10 synthesisers, a Fender Jazzmaster, a 1978 Fender Musicmaster Bass, a couple of amps, a bag of effects, a Sennheiser mic and a gas heater loaned to us by our relatives Peter and Hazel. Over the next two years we all moved around quite a lot but most of the final recordings were made at Will's house in Leytonstone. They were mostly mixed by Josh and mastered by Rupert Clervaux. They contain the thoughts, memories, ambitions, fears and sleepless nights that have come to define the narrative of our lives over the last three years. These songs are letters to you, and once you've sent a letter you can never ask for it back."
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