'Sing High! Sing Low!' is the second album from Coral Rose, aka The Silver Field. The nine exploratory tracks on Sing High! Sing Low! combine to form an aural postcard - a collection of snapshots following the path of a journey. The story picks up where debut album 'Rooms' left off, with a decisive stepping out into the world, and follows Coral Rose’s next steps, with one eye still trained on that starting point. It’s a journey well worth witnessing.
Its nine exploratory tracks combine to form an aural postcard - a collection of snapshots following the path of a journey. The story picks up where debut album Rooms (O Genesis Recordings, 2019) left off, with a decisive stepping out into the world, and follows Rose’s next steps, with one eye still trained on that starting point.
A familiar part of Rose’s song craft, many of the tracks on 'Sing High! Sing Low!' are formed around tape loops. These loops often go back to The Silver Field’s inception, drawn from the same collection of source material as Rooms. What sets these songs apart from their predecessors is a striking new sense of extroversion, an exploratory propulsion, charting new musical territory while holding tight to the homemade idiosyncrasies of her previous work. Rose’s vocals stand front and centre, her sonic tapestries unfurled to their fullest, her storytelling more vibrantly human than ever before.
1. Dry Light
2. Hearth Bite
3. Song Of Wandering
4. Day Flowers
5. The Valley Spirit
6. Salt Light
7. Out Back
8. Talk To Me
9. The Fire Dream
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