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Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker
Overnight (14th October 2016)

Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker — Overnight (14th October 2016)

 Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker — Overnight (14th October 2016)Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker — Overnight (14th October 2016)♣   Double BBC Folk Award nominees Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker infuse ageless stories of love and loss with their exquisite command of many instruments.
♣   Isambard Folk Award winners 2012, FATEA Award for Best Album 2013 and Female Vocalist of the Year 2012, and the Spiral Earth Award for Best Duo 2013.Location: London, England
Genre: Singer~Songwriter
Album release: 14th October 2016
Record Label: Rough Trade
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‘Overnight’ Track Listing:
01. Nine Times Along
02. Something Familiar
03. Sweet The Sorrow
04. Dawn Of The Dark
05. Dark Turn Of Mind (Gillian Welch cover)
06. Weep You No More Sad Fountains (traditional English ballad)
07. The Light Of His Lamp
08. Sleep
09. Milk and Honey
10. The Waning Crescent
11. Overnight
12. Light Of Day
♣   ‘Overnight’ is the follow–up to the British duo’s EP ‘Through The Clouds’, released earlier this year on Rough Trade and described by Stereogum as “magnificent”. The album is the British duo’s most ambitious to date, focusing on Clarke’s extraordinary voice and lyrics and Walker’s prodigious guitar–playing and arranging. The twelve songs — ten originals and two covers — were self–produced and recorded almost entirely live at Rockfield Studios in Wales, and serve as a snapshot of the endless cycle of night into day and back again. Though Clarke & Walker’s previous work is very much steeped in the the folk tradition (check out their winning performance at the BBC Folk Awards in 2015 HERE), ‘Overnight’ draws just as much inspiration from more straightforward 1970s AM radio rock like Fleetwood Mac or Neil Young as it does from folk–rockers like Fairport Convention or Joni Mitchell.
♣   Of the first track “The Waning Crescent”, Clarke explains: “It serves almost as an answer ballad to the classic “Blue Moon”. Now it may sound unusually light–hearted for us but it comes at the darkest and stillest point in the album. The song — like the moon — brings a reassuring lightness”.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/josienneandben
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/josienneclarke
Bandcamp: https://josienneclarke.bandcamp.com/
Website: http://www.josienneclarke.co.uk/_____________________________________________________________

Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker
Overnight (14th October 2016)

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