Aldous Harding

Soft chanting and singing saws add mystery to a beguiling debut ★ ★ ★ ★
— Mojo

Harriet Were

Aldous Harding’s music is not for the faint of heart.  Disarming in its desolate imagery and stark instrumentation, her songs draw from the core facets of life: death, birth, grief and love.  There are few happy endings, but the power is in how Harding enters into battle; with a dancer’s grace and a boxer’s stance.

Harding initially ignited interest with her eponymous debut album released just two years ago.  With echoes of folk luminary Linda Perhacs, Harding’s work is one step removed from the modern world, lying in the more savage and dramatic terrain where Kate Bush and Scott Walker reside, wrought with a wry wit and tenacious gall.

Directed & edited by Charlotte Evans and produced by Evie Mackay.