Lit Up With Sorrow
Her last album 'Key to The City' earned a 4 star review in R2/Rock'n'Reel and prompted Rychard Carrington (Moving Tone) to comment, "Rebecca Clamp's music is like the very finest of wines." Neil King of FATEA noted, "Rich in description and tone, the simple combination of Ms Clamp's voice and piano are at times deeper than a school of philosophers and far easier to listen to."
This album is distinctly, and rather wonderfully different. Clamp has retained her trademark quirkiness and optimism throughout the lyrics (despite some of the songs exploring darker themes) but it is the depth and breadth of the arrangements that really strike the listener - electronic percussion and instrumentation, plucked strings of ukulele and guitar, Clamp's distinctive piano and the sweet vocals harmonies from both Clamp and Wessels. It's a gentle, emotionally provocative album with songs that are illuminated with a deep sense of hope and resilience.
- Lit Up With Sorrow
- One String bass
- Hands of a clock
- Tattoo tattoo
- Or Now
- Delicate (this happines)
- All the Best
- Beautiful Beautiful Delicate Thing
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