Sea Of Lights
Sea Of Lights
Recorded over three 40 degree days in February 2011, Liz Stringer, Chris Altmann and a heavily pregnant Suzannah Espie sat around a couple of microphones in Jeff Lang’s shed and played and sang together. The result is Sea of Lights, Suzannah’s latest full length solo offering, a collection of haunting melodic tales adorned with lush harmonies and exquisitely delicate arrangements. Now, after Chris has taken up residence in Canada and Suzannah and her daughter have navigated through the first year of her life, the three will come together again for the Sea of Lights tour. Together, traveling Australia as one sparkling constellation, these three will recreate the beautiful intimacy of those studio recordings and play the songs of all three of these unique artists.
Suzannah Espie has been a well-respected fixture on the Melbourne music scene for years. Sea of Lights, her latest release, was recorded over three 40-degree days in the shed of fellow muso Jeff Lang, and the results are a warm, intimate acoustic set featuring guests such as Liz Stringer and multi-instrumentalist Chris Altmann.
Espie has recorded her most satisfying album to date.
Michael Awosoga-Samuel is a bookseller and music specialist at Readings Carlton.
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