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Blueflint - Stories from Home (2015)

14-04-2015, 21:16
Music | Folk | FLAC / APE

Blueflint - Stories from Home (2015)

Artist: Blueflint
Title Of Album: Stories from Home
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Johnny Rock Records
Genre: Folk, Bluegrass
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 38:00 min
Total Size: 101 / 229 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. King of My Apple Tree (3:17)
02. Little Stranger (3:17)
03. I Could Have Done More for You (3:22)
04. This Is a Story (3:28)
05. Secrets of Your Life (4:33)
06. What If I Don't Want To (3:22)
07. If That's What You Want Me to Do (2:54)
08. Hawk and Eagle (3:16)
09. Patch of Green (4:08)
10. Seasons Are Changing (3:07)
11. Don't Make a Fool out of Me (3:16)

This March sees the release of the third Blueflint album 'Stories from home.' Stories of relationships, parenthood and life in a hometown form the thread running throughout the album. With Paul Savage in the producer's chair, (King Creosote, To Scotland with Love, Mogwai) the album sees the band evolving from their Americana roots towards an alt folk flavour. The album's atmospheric opener 'King Of My Apple Tree', takes us through the last days of a relationship, with eery, shimmering guitar layers, before bursting into the joyous 'Little Stranger' underpinned by bouncing banjo rhythms and an infectious guitar hook. The quirky and heartfelt 'I Could Have Done More For You' is driven by rhythmic percussion and sparkling piano passages lending a lightness to the more sorrowful lyrics. The uplifting and anthemic 'This Is A Story' is a beautifully candid account of family love. The primal 'Hawk And Eagle' tips its hat to the band's Americana roots, before the emotive and sparse parting note of 'Don't Make A Fool Out Of Me'. The sound of Blueflint is defined by the sublime close harmonies of Deborah Arnott and Clare Neilson whose voices are accompanied by a five-piece line-up intertwining banjos, fiddle, piano, electric guitar, double-bass and drums in raw, honest and beautifully-crafted songs, imbued with the power of Paul Savage's new direction in production for the band. Blueflint supported The Proclaimers for six weeks in 2012, taking in venues such as Edinburgh's Playhouse and London's Shepherds Bush Empire. Their atmospheric and evocative performances proved them to be a formidable live act gaining them a strong reputation and following throughout the UK. After sell out shows in 2013, the band's Edinburgh Fringe show was selected to perform as part of the prestigious 'Made in Scotland'* 2013 Showcase and played to sell-out audiences, mirroring their similar success during the Edinburgh 2012 Fringe. Being awarded funding from Creative Scotland in 2014, Blueflint recorded their third album with renowned producer Paul Savage in early September at Chem 19 completing the entire project in just 3 weeks. They are now delighted to be releasing the album in Spring 2015 with a national tour to follow. Album artwork comes again from Scottish artist Steven Hood and also depicts scenes from the bands home turf in Leith, Edinburgh.

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