Chalk Hill Blue

Released today is Will Burns and Hannah Peel’s quite extraordinary Chalk Hill Blue album. It is Record of the Week at Drift who wrote;

Record of the Week is an album we just adore. Will Burns and Hannah Peel have collaborated for the amazing Rivertones label and their Chalk Hill Blue LP is rare and utterly captivating. Produced by Erland Cooper, it's a record of electronic ruralism, channeling lives threaded through the chalk landscapes of Southern England. Hannah's futuristic electronic minimalism washing around Will's quietly intense poetry.

Read Tom Bolton’s review on The Quietus, and Richard King’s on Caught By The River.

Hannah Peel and poet Will Burns team up for a moving and original record exploring the troubled landscapes of England and the mind
— The Quietus
a record that explores the space of bare horizons, the space between people in various sates of consciousness and the space of an empty head
— Caught By The River

Couldn't be more thrilled to have them playing live for us at Sea Change in our Church. It was in fact one of the very first things we booked.