Vinyl LP pressing. Following a productive recording period beginning with Silk (2018) and ending with Forest Photographer (2020), Seance marks a remarkable levitation of Funke's tender, softly spoken songcraft first documented on Lace (2008) and Felt (2012) into new creative heights. Folksong confessionals with the burden of memory. Ghostly confines, murmurs from the cracks. Soil, blood and skin. The beauty and mundanity of the everyday. The voice of Funke is a distinctive instrument, one which perfectly elucidates her sometimes confessional, at other times deeply inward allusions to love, loss, joy and disquiet. Lyrics grounded in observation and adventure ("Eyeballs, asphalt, grass clippings, peppercorns") unravel into uneasy truths daubed in self-consciousness and forbidden desire ("I'm not shy / There's just a sparkle in your eye and I don't feel right"). The simplest things can be the most difficult to express.
Vinyl LP pressing. Following a productive recording period beginning with Silk (2018) and ending with Forest Photographer (2020), Seance marks a remarkable levitation of Funke's tender, softly spoken songcraft first documented on Lace (2008) and Felt (2012) into new creative heights. Folksong confessionals with the burden of memory. Ghostly confines, murmurs from the cracks. Soil, blood and skin. The beauty and mundanity of the everyday. The voice of Funke is a distinctive instrument, one which perfectly elucidates her sometimes confessional, at other times deeply inward allusions to love, loss, joy and disquiet. Lyrics grounded in observation and adventure ("Eyeballs, asphalt, grass clippings, peppercorns") unravel into uneasy truths daubed in self-consciousness and forbidden desire ("I'm not shy / There's just a sparkle in your eye and I don't feel right"). The simplest things can be the most difficult to express.
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Seance
Artist: Maxine Funke
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Following a productive recording period beginning with Silk (2018) and ending with Forest Photographer (2020), Seance marks a remarkable levitation of Funke's tender, softly spoken songcraft first documented on Lace (2008) and Felt (2012) into new creative heights. Folksong confessionals with the burden of memory. Ghostly confines, murmurs from the cracks. Soil, blood and skin. The beauty and mundanity of the everyday. The voice of Funke is a distinctive instrument, one which perfectly elucidates her sometimes confessional, at other times deeply inward allusions to love, loss, joy and disquiet. Lyrics grounded in observation and adventure ("Eyeballs, asphalt, grass clippings, peppercorns") unravel into uneasy truths daubed in self-consciousness and forbidden desire ("I'm not shy / There's just a sparkle in your eye and I don't feel right"). The simplest things can be the most difficult to express.