This Bundle Contains:
Shining in the Half Light CD (Limited Edition White Artwork - Signed)
Shining in Half Light Vinyl (Limited Edition Blue Vinyl - Signed)
Shining in the Half Light is a 10 track album and will be released 25th Feb 2022, you will get your order inline with the release date.
Cheats And Liars (Elles Bailey, Ashton Tucker)
The Game (Elles Bailey, Ashton Tucker, Will Edmunds)
Stones (Elles Bailey, Tamara Stewart, Will Edmunds)
Colours Start To Run (Elles Bailey, Alex Maile)
Different Kind Of Love (Elles Bailey, Martin Harley)
Who’s That (Elles Bailey, Brett Boyett)
Sunshine City (Elles Bailey, Matt Owens)
Halfway House (Elles Bailey, Ashton Tucker, Will Edmunds)
Riding Out The Storm (Elles Bailey, Joe Wilkins)
Shining In The Half-light (Elles Bailey, Craig Lackey)
Shining in the Half light is Bailey’s first full length album recorded in the UK & feature’s Joe Wilkins on Guitar, Jonny Henderson on Ivories, Matthew Waer on Bass duties and Matthew Jones on drums. It was recorded in deepest Devon in December 2020 at Middle Farm Studios and produced by Dan Weller, best known for his long working relationship with Enter Shikari. Post recording Road I Call Home, Elles wanted to her next record to feature ‘gospel style vocals’ so in steps Izo Fitzroy, an incredible artist in her own right, who arranged the stunning background vocals on Shining in the Half Light, and performed them alongside Jade Elliot and Andrusilla Mosley.
An exciting team of co-writers feature with three credits for Ashton Tucker & Will Edmunds, who both wrote with Elles for Road I Call Home, plus she teamed up with longtime guitarist Joe Wilkins to write the slow-flowing, philosophical ‘Riding Out The Storm’. Other kindred spirits include guitar maestro Martin Harley, for the gentle and romantic ‘Different Kind Of Love’ and Matt Owens, co-founder of the hugely successful indie-folk outfit Noah and the Whale, on the aforementioned ‘Sunshine City’ The album comes to a striking conclusion with its title track, co-written with Nashville’s Craig Lackey, written over Zoom in May 2020.
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