By Daniel O’Sullivan of Grumbling Fur
A selection of songs that present conflicting worlds; sentimentality and innocence nestle alongside tragedy and melancholy.
A selection of songs that present conflicting worlds; sentimentality and innocence nestle alongside tragedy and melancholy chosen by Daniel O’Sullivan from Grumbling Fur.
Featuring a posthumously released demo from American songwriter Judee Sill, a rootsie Americana style track from Bob Dylan’s basement tapes and Coral Rose aka The Silver Field a talented multi-instrumentalist whose debut album has been released on Tim Burgess’ O Genesis Recordings.
Daniel O’Sullivan is one half of the underground pop duo Grumbling Fur alongside Alexander Tucker. He also plays bass and organ for This Is Not This Heat, the new incarnation of iconic British avant-rock group This Heat and has collaborated with Sunn 0))), Ulver and Guapo.