New track - Hewing Crowns by Her Harbour

2016-11-23 07:09:19 UTC

Her

“Hewing Crowns” is the first single from Her Harbour's  sophomore release, and is the oldest song on the album. She chose it as the opening track and first release as I felt it introduced the space from which I started writing Go Gently Into the Night and that it could serve as a preface to the demons I attempted to quell in making the album.

Out on February 3, 2017 with E-Tron Records, 'Go Gently Into the Night' is about cycles. Her Harbour wrote the songs at a time where death felt omnipresent. This album has been her attempt at making peace with death as a character of growing importance in my life.

Edited by Mike Dubue, the video is made up of found footage from the 1966 short film “Silent Snow, Secret Snow” by Conrad Aiken. I wrote and produced the album in Ottawa and recorded with Dave Draves at Little Bullhorn Studio.


Genre : folk, baroque, pop, dreamfolk, indie, low-fi, orchestral

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New single - Hewing Crowns by herharbour

2016-11-12 07:54:00 UTC

Harbour

“Hewing Crowns” is the first single from herharbour's  sophomore release, and is the oldest song on the album. She chose it as the opening track and first release as she felt it introduced the space from which she started writing Go Gently Into the Night and that it could serve as a preface to the demons she attempted to quell in making the album.

Out on February 3, 2017 with E-Tron Records, 'Go Gently Into the Night' is about cycles. Herharbour wrote the songs at a time where death felt omnipresent. This album has been her attempt at making peace with death as a character of growing importance in her life.

Edited by Mike Dubue, the video is made up of found footage from the 1966 short film “Silent Snow, Secret Snow” by Conrad Aiken.  She wrote and produced the album in Ottawa and recorded with Dave Draves at Little Bullhorn Studio.


Genre : folk, indie, low-fi, orchestral, pop

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