Fallen Sky

by Aquiline

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This collection of remixes and reimaginings from the A Square of Sky album gives us the opportunity to explore ambient and electronic soundscapes and develop new genres along the way! Including a premix featuring all-too-rarely-heard vocalist Christine Sullivan, a demix, and remixes by Brambles, Shep, Robin Gist and Gordon Harvey.

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released August 29, 2016

Composers: Gordon Harvey, Robin Gist, Simone Gill
Remixers: Brambles (Mark Dawson), Shep (Tom MacGregor), Robin Gist, Gordon Harvey
Vocal: Christine Sullivan
Drums: Barnaby Gold
Soprano Sax: Tony Buchanan



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Normally working in pure electronic music, for this project Gordon Harvey has taken a more organic approach, enlisting help from the likes of vocalists Christine Sullivan, Simone Gill and Lisa Schouw, guitarist Robin Gist, reed players Adam Simmons and Tony Buchanan, drummer Barnaby Gold, cellist Imogen Manins, violinist Gérard Vandenbrocque and pianist Alexander Nettelbeck. ... more

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Track Name: Last Night (feat. Christine Sullivan)
Last night
I woke
Only to feel you breathing
Feathering your face
Steadily fading
You were gone

Slung in the space
Between what you know
And who you are

Last night
I cried
You didn’t raise an eyebrow
One thing you can do
If we could trace
A line
From me to you

Last night
You said
"If we could rise above this"
Heart sign
Till we both forget
Light in the corner
Leaks through
In your smile

Just for a moment
I’ll have an answer
It’s you