Rowan:Morrison - Bury the Forests e.p. released

20th October 2018

The first release of the collaboration of The Rowan Amber Mill and Angeline Morrison under the fortuitous moniker Rowan : Morrison is released today

The Bury the Forests by Rowan : Morrison is a 7 track e.p. that is available in two separate CD Deluxe Editions in collectors tins both includes four prints, three newly designed badges, sticker and CD-r. It is also available as a donwnload. Purchases of the CD Editions from Bandcamp also includes immediate digital download option. Download version also available from MillerSounds Bandcamp.

The full details and track listing information is available on the Bury the Forests release page.

Here are some reviews that we have had in so far:

the music here is pastoral, mysterious, eerie – Morrison’s voice, and her multi-layered harmonies, weave an almost sacred, spectral air over the instrumentation, which itself conjures a tightly woven web of mist shrouded shapes and softly-shifting figures, gliding across the soundscape like time honored ghosts. It’s an album for listening to while you’re waiting for sleep, when darkness brings out even broader impressions, and hallucinations too. Dave Thompson, Goldmine Magazine.

"Bury the Forests is a carefully crafted and sublime slice of psychedelic folk. This is the real deal, a genuine artifact that doesn’t simply seek to emulate or provide an imitation of the original, antiquated acid folk recordings of the past but which instead carries on and furthers the tradition in an individual and fascinatingly unique fashion". Grey Malkin, Folk Horror Revival.

"If your penchant is for music possessed of a spirituality, a heady enchantment and an almost impossibly bucolic charm then Bury The Forests is hardly likely to disappoint." Ian Fraser, Terrascope Magazine.

A full Rowan : Morrison album will be announced very shortly.

Rowan : Morrison Bury the Forests Deluxe Editions

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