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Lior - Scattered Reflections (2014) Lossless

11-03-2014, 18:34
Folk | Indie | FLAC / APE

Lior - Scattered Reflections (2014) Lossless

Artist: Lior
Title Of Album: Scattered Reflections
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Lior/Independent
Genre: Indie Folk, Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 36:42 min
Total Size: 213 MB


1. Soon
2. I Remember Me
3. A Lift In The Morning Fog
4. Out In The Country
5. Help Me Up
6. My Grandfather
7. Bells Of Montreal
8. Scattered Reflections
9. Lean To Live
10. Caught Up
11. Days To Remember

Acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Lior release his fourth studio album Scattered Reflections, a collection of songs written during and inspired by recent travels.

Scattered Reflections is released independently and was financed largely through crowd sourcing from many of Lior’s fans through a PledgeMusic online campaign, a testament to his loyal and strong following. The title track ‘Scattered Reflections’ explores the juxtaposed feelings inherent in travel; the immense feeling of mortality and insignificance intertwined with an overwhelming sense of a connected and shared humanity. Recorded in collaboration with new producer Lachlan Carrick in Sydney and in Lior’s hometown of Melbourne, the album features long-standing musical collaborator Brett Hirst on bass alongside new band members Evan Mannell and Bree Van Reyk, both on percussion. Guitarist and songwriter Cameron Deyell (Totara Jack) co-wrote a number of songs on the album.

Of this album Lior says "The making of this album had a sense of freedom and joy to it. Conceptually I feel that it's filled with reflections that only a richer life experience could provide, while musically, Lachlan and the new band members have brought a new and stylish sound to the arrangements. I'm really proud of this album and hope it connects, particularly with the people that were so generous in lending their support to crowd source this record."

Scattered Reflections also features a handful of beautiful acoustic gems which have become synonymous with Lior. The hauntingly beautiful track 'My Grandfather' may be Lior's most intimate moment yet as a singer-songwriter and will surely receive a very strong emotive response as he tours Australia this year.

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