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Same Thing Still

by Elizabeth Crompton

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barry smethurst
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barry smethurst Gorgously plaintive, dreamlike piano wonked-up with modulated delay and slowly attacked synth swells, all topped with Elizabeth's perfect, tender vocals. a stunning juxtaposition of feeling and technique.
dark_hoarse_collective
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dark_hoarse_collective Love the sonic textures. Love the restrained, intimate vocals. Love the high whistling synth in Same Thing Still. My first listen of the new year- great way to start 2022! Favorite track: Same Thing Still.
alliedouglas
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alliedouglas Beautifully restrained and hushed vocals cut through a sparse and meticulous arrangement of wonky synths and warping melodies, blanketed in a sea of warm saturation. The result is a haunting post apocalyptic intimacy, understated as it is cinematic, that delicately poises the listener between tension and reassurance in equal measure. Favorite track: This Is The End.
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Tender vocals, dreamlike piano and delicate synths combine in a two track EP reflecting on life and death.

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released January 28, 2021

Written and arranged by Elizabeth Crompton.

Produced by Tim Crompton.

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Another Studio, Manchester.

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