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Sarah Mary Chadwick - The Queen Who Stole The Sky

Sarah Mary Chadwick ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’ LP - released on limited edition blue 12" vinyl via Rice Is Nice Records + Heavy Machinery Records (AUS) April 12 + via Sinderlyn Records (US / EU) April 19 2019. BUY LP: https://bit.ly/2ExT6wn Video directed by Agostino Soldati Produced by Miles Brown The prolific Sarah Mary Chadwick returns with ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’, an album performed and recorded live on Melbourne Town Hall’s 147 year-old Grand Organ. In 2018, Sarah Mary Chadwick was commissioned by the City of Melbourne to create an entirely new body of work, to be written and recorded in just three months on an instrument grand in size, sound and antiquity. A daunting task to some, but Sarah Mary Chadwick’s trademark writing style is one that instigates itself furiously - she feels and then begins to write, without ruminating or long periods of drawn out self-reflection. What results from this process are songs that are completely undiluted in their spirit, and an ability to create vast volumes of work over relatively short periods of time. ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’ is a body of work that is undeniably commanding, yet punctuated by quieter points of intimacy. The songs have a narrative-like quality, unfolding themselves before their audience. Sarah Mary Chadwick's command of the grand organ is testament to her musicality – the sheer size of the instrument could so easily drown out the nuances of the songwriting – but not so for Sarah. Sarah describes the songs as being mostly about rural isolation, death, and “the fact that I’m always waiting for life and it never arrives – it only ever leaves”. ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’ was performed live at Melbourne Town Hall in the winter of 2018. The album is a masterful production by Sarah Mary Chadwick, and in Sarah’s own words, is dedicated to “anyone who ever wanted a little bit more than what life had to offer them”. http://heavymachineryrecords.com http://www.riceisnice.net
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