The singer-songwriter from Vic presents her best album
To start the gestation process of her fourth album in just five years, singer-songwriter Joana Serrat travelled to Dripping Springs, Texas, to work with the producer Israel Nash in Plum Creek Sound, the ranch-studio property of the Missouri singer-songwriter.
In those recording sessions, Serrat gathered an excellent group of musicians of renowned talent and career, regular members of recordings and live shows of artists such as Midlake, BNQT, John Grant, Elle King and Nash himself: the brothers Joey McClellan and Aaron McClellan, Eric Swanson and Josh Fleischman.
Later, Dave Simonett (leader of Trampled By Turtles) and Dennis Love (pedal steel guitar in Futurebirds) also joined. The engineer Ted Young (Grammy winner with The Rolling Stones) was in charge of the recording and mixing.
We are presented the best album of Joana Serrat, the most complete one, the most perfect one. A musical work in which the Catalan’s virtues are increased in an exponential way: her composition and interpretation, her personality and the intangible aura she emits.
An album that deals with farewells, full of an optimistic nostalgia, a melancholy that does not isolate, nor does it enclose the spirit. A manifestation of freedom in the vital commitment to the goal of fulfilling one’s dreams.
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