Rundle has always been a multifaceted musician, equally capable of dreamy abstraction (as heard on her album Electric Guitar: One), maximalist textural explorations (see her work in Marriages, Red Sparowes, Nocturnes or collaborations with Chelsea Wolfe and THOU), and the classic singer-songwriter tradition (exemplified by Some Heavy Ocean). But on "Engine Of Hell", Rundle has opted to forego the full-band arrangements of her previous albums in favor of the austerity of a lone piano or guitar and her voice, which creates a kind of intimacy, as if we’re sitting beside Rundle on a bench, or perhaps even playing the songs ourselves. It’s an extremely up-close and personal confessional with a focus on the rich subtleties and timbre of Rundle’s graceful performances.
Enjoy today's tune "Return" from the upcoming album "Engine Of Hell", out 11/05 on Sargent House Pre-Order / Download / Stream: https://ffm.to/err-eoh The video featuring Angel / Death - Emma Ruth Rundle, Angel / Death Double - Sarah Ray Rundle and Dove - Gaige (handled with love and care by Bright Eyes Doves).
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