Out today, we have a beautiful, brooding release from the often magical Lake Michigan, who comes at us from Rome via North Yorkshire. This is stunning stuff – predominantly acoustic, but the record also features some stark beats, alongside the trademark haunting vocals. There are some lovely shimmering electronic flashes throughout that serve to create textures and an atmosphere that might provide some sort of comfort in these challenging, chaotic times.
Christopher Marks comments on the release: “Five songs/vignettes about autumn, love, childhood and death. Spontaneously put together and self released digitally, it’s inconsistent, rough and intimate and it will probably be the last Lake Michigan release for some time while I focus on a new project.”