Leyland Kirby - We Drink To Forget The Coming Storm album
The album is not a fixed release and should be used sparingly in one's own favourite track combinations. Recorded at Bochenska, Krakow in 2014. Digital cover art painted by the meister Ivan Seal.
Running in total at over three hours. It is not a fixed release and should be used sparingly in your own favourite track combinations. It can be used to uplift on the low days, to gain strength and clear the mind. The is a Dead Body in my bedroom". 2 months ago. Hi there - a friend of mine & I made a Discord community for Leyland Kirby/The Caretaker (and his other aliases). Come by if you're a fan of his music.
Artist: Leyland Kirby. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. all go away This song is not for the timid Our eyes cannot see the storm coming The walls are made of black paint and we know that There will be no sleep tomorrow Nothing will ever exist forever We drink to forget the coming storm Soon we will leave this cursed ballroom together And then I'll have made my last call.
video premiere: Mega Bog embrace the notion of finding Truth in the Wild.
Leyland Kirby - We drink to forget the coming storm (2014). on May 12, 2014 by pipefx64. Leyland Kirby ( The Caretaker ) - Sadly, the future is no longer what it was ( Full 3-Disc Version ). on Sep 01, 2017 by You've probably never heard of it. Play. V/Vm - The Death of Rave (A Partial Flashback) FULL ALBUM. on Sep 07, 2015 by Du matin au soir. Leyland Kirby - We, so tired of all the darkness in our lives. on Sep 19, 2017 by vvmtest.
Leyland Kirby talks about the ways memory breaks down, why ballroom music is mysterious, and why he only drinks on Thursdays. Was We Drink to Forget the Storm made around the time of your move? No, the transition point was the Stranger album. When I moved here, that was what I worked on for the first four or five months. It was a really harsh winter-like minus 30 degrees at the end of March, or something ridiculous. The focus is better on that album; when you’re not out in the bars every night, you’re just working. Now I only go out once a week, so it’s manageable. There’s a good attitude then, because you’re coming up on the weekend. Is the Stranger project something you’re still working on? Yeah, I need to start working on something for Modern Love next year.
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- Painting [Digital Cover Art Painted By] – Ivan Seal
- Recorded By – Leyland Kirby
NotesReleased on Kirby's 40th birthday and made available until June 20, 2014.
Each track combines the same elements piano, digital strings and synthesized choir. The album is not a fixed release and should be used sparingly in one's own favourite track combinations.
Recorded at Bochenska, Krakow in 2014.
Digital cover art painted by the meister Ivan Seal. Created from an original photograph taken by Jorge Ballarin in Room 808 at NH Sur, Atocha, Madrid.