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I was thinking about equality and moments where that’s not achieved!
I then went into nonsense words, just sounds and utterances which I deciphered later as the bit about mountains and shoes.
A serene-to-stormy series of deep dream-pop meditations on devotion and selfhood, creativity and parenthood, it treats unknown territory not as something to fear but as a seed-bed of possibility.
That poetic exchange between exteriors and interiors assumes first focus on Memories and Faces, an exploration of devotion where Moss likens herself to an animal, a storm and a river over the spacious backing of a reverberant piano; throughout, every arrangement is impeccably, sensitively judged to give Moss’s lyrics maximum breathing room.
Ultimately it was not sad and we feel amazed at some of the things we learned. Sounds awful and sad but it was all ok as life experience goes...
@rustyrockets a solid resource these days 👍 twitter.com/rustyrockets/s…I suddenly realised I wasn't really paying attention to what I was supposed to do because I was daydreaming about the way my step-mum used to circle her fingers around in her lap when she was thinking.I was also doing this, and it struck me that the memory of her and other people in our lives, leave imprints and the echoes of their idiosyncrasies and little ways of being are always hanging around, sometimes framed by the rooms they once stood in.However, this ended up being a soundbed for me to explore ideas about feelings of distress; that it is far better for humans to allow stress and negative feelings to rise to the surface and ultimately be set free, than staying in the body all tense and restrictive. But then, I was pregnant whilst writing this song so I was fascinated with this absolutely tiny energetic being that was growing as every moment passed, becoming more of a fleshy thing as the music reverberated around my head. Bells were actually ringing during these sessions (I think the villagers do bell ringing practice on Mondays! I made a new friend a couple of years ago who made me laugh so much I scribbled some words down in the notes bit of my phone “You’ve got everyone laughing you make everything new” by which I meant, he totally re-set any tricky vibe in the room to ‘great’ again. Then, at a later date I was noting a phrase down about one of my oldest and best friends who may move to the other side of the world. L This was the last track we wrote for the album and it morphed so many times in different directions Im surprised we nailed it down at all.Let that awful feeling go, stare it right in the face and let it flow out through the skin to the outside world! I was fascinated and had to align this phenomenon with the words and magical sound of the music. I felt the music was a gentle gallop..we built the song up I honestly kept thinking of it like a magic carpet ride taking me over the fields and woods that surround our studio in Somerset. This is kinda for him and his family, the ‘wild’ bit meaning its kinda unbelievable that someone so close could end up so physically far away. But distance aint so bad when you all stare up at the same sky at night. Toby Butler was so patient and determined to make something good out of the many pieces of this puzzle.
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