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  • Another Sky Releases New Song “Swirling Smoke”

  • London-based rock band Another Sky, consisting of Catrin Vincent (vocals/piano/guitar), Jack Gilbert (guitar), Naomi Le Dune (bass) and Max Doohan (drums), released the sixth and the final promotional single called “Swirling Smoke” from their upcoming sophomore album “Beach Day” on February 23, 2024.


    The track was written by atrin Vincent, Jack Gilbert, Max Doohan, and Naomi Le Dune. Produced by Jack Gilbert, Catrin Vincent, Naomi Le Dune, and Max Doohan.
    The accompanying music video was directed by Darina, who also created their previous music video for “The Pain” released last month.
    The band lead singer Catrin Vincent said of the song, “As a teen, I used to go to this club called The Colly to sit on this abandoned staircase and just scream. The music was so loud that nobody could hear me. I didn't feel able to express frustration in real life, so it felt like the only place I could let it out without hurting someone else.”
  • She continued, “Our second record is all about being heard, letting that anger come to light and dealing with it for the first time. Max made this electronic loop that reminded me of the last and only time I went to clubs, and I instantly laid down some piano chords and remembered being eighteen again. Everyone laid down their parts, then we all pieced together the song after that.”
    She added, “The song itself is a mirror. 'I see you' isn't really about the other person, it's about me. It's about the realisation that everyone is an actor in each other's plays from childhood, and that how you react says more about you than it does anyone else.”
    The new album is set to be released on March 1, 2024 via Fiction Records.
    It is their first album in four years since the 2020 debut album “I Slept On the Floor” and comprises a 13-track.
  • Catrin Vincent shared on social media, “Swirling Smoke. 'I wade through the dark to find where I went wrong'.
    I've been thinking a lot about clarity, how we are all an archipelago of little islands, all trying to find our way to each other through the water as it erodes us.
    I've been thinking about how to be clear with people about who you are, what you want, what you can give, what you would like to receive, and where you can meet them in the sea.

    'I said I'd go with you through hell'.
    I hate loss. I remember that beautiful naive feeling of being a kid and not knowing yet that the people around you won't be in your life forever - that beautiful, youthful belief of “anything can be worked out”, and then the learning of that slow, slow, loss, trickling like the sound of light leaving stars.

    'I reach out and fasten knuckles around thorns'.
    It takes a long, long time to realise that trouble doesn't find us, we find it. We actively seek out the love we think we deserve, we allow ourselves to be treated the way we think we should be, even if we don't understand yet that that's what's happening.”



    She continued, “But with every loss comes rebirth, a new door opening, a chance to begin again.
    We are not islands eroding, that is too bleak an image. We are waves, able to move and touch each other.
    People are waves, and you have to be open to receive them and take them as they are; ephemeral, uncontainable and free.
    Last summer, I went in the sea and got bowled over by a wave, and I cut up my leg, red like peeling an orange. And I laughed and said again and again, 'I'm alive!'.

    People aren't islands, people are waves, and waves can return.
    Someone once said to me, 'you can renegotiate your decisions about people at any time. Someone you once thought you'd hate forever, you can reach out to them again. Things change'.
    And I wonder if this whole time I've been trying to look in the mirror and say,
    'Open up your arms. Forgive me'”

    Photo by Darina
  • source : Apple Music
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