2020 release. Constellations is the sixth record by the Nottingham, England sextet Lorna featuring nine new songs that evoke the classic indie pop of Belle and Sebastian, the fractured beauty of Camera Obscura, and the poignancy of a David Lynch soundtrack. The record infuses shimmering, summery dream pop with a rich blend of orchestration and analogue electronics helmed by singer and multi-instrumentalist Mark Rolfe. Inspired confections like the buoyant "Foxes," elegant "Distant Chords," and the album-closing "Kaleidoscope" are penned and performed with an unassuming earnestness that resonates authenticity - ensuring Constellations will stir memories and create a new soundtrack for fading Septembers all the way through the "metronome of an August night."
2020 release. Constellations is the sixth record by the Nottingham, England sextet Lorna featuring nine new songs that evoke the classic indie pop of Belle and Sebastian, the fractured beauty of Camera Obscura, and the poignancy of a David Lynch soundtrack. The record infuses shimmering, summery dream pop with a rich blend of orchestration and analogue electronics helmed by singer and multi-instrumentalist Mark Rolfe. Inspired confections like the buoyant "Foxes," elegant "Distant Chords," and the album-closing "Kaleidoscope" are penned and performed with an unassuming earnestness that resonates authenticity - ensuring Constellations will stir memories and create a new soundtrack for fading Septembers all the way through the "metronome of an August night."
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Constellations
Artist: Lorna
Format: CD
New: Available 19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Constellations
3. Track 3
4. Foxes
5. Track 5
6. Distant Chords
7. Track 7
8. Through the Tall Grass
9. Track 9
10. The Secret Harmony
11. Track 11
12. Restoration
13. Track 13
14. Snowfall
15. Track 15
16. State Lines
17. Track 17
18. Kaleidoscope

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2020 release. Constellations is the sixth record by the Nottingham, England sextet Lorna featuring nine new songs that evoke the classic indie pop of Belle and Sebastian, the fractured beauty of Camera Obscura, and the poignancy of a David Lynch soundtrack. The record infuses shimmering, summery dream pop with a rich blend of orchestration and analogue electronics helmed by singer and multi-instrumentalist Mark Rolfe. Inspired confections like the buoyant "Foxes," elegant "Distant Chords," and the album-closing "Kaleidoscope" are penned and performed with an unassuming earnestness that resonates authenticity - ensuring Constellations will stir memories and create a new soundtrack for fading Septembers all the way through the "metronome of an August night."