Morning Myth “Heart’s Cry”

In 1970, Linda Perhacs made an album called “Parallelograms” full of spaced out gauzy folk melodicism that still sounds outrageously beautiful nearly 50 years later: it’s seriously wonderful. Pristine and evocative, “Heart’s Cry” gorgeously carries the torch of that Perhacs-ian sound, and even touches upon late UK legend Sandy Denny’s timeless, cryptic and amazing folk, particularly her tracks “All Our Days” and “The Music Weaver”. Aimee Herbert-Smith’s vocal is as lovely as the aforementioned genius’s and this song is the very definition of timelessness.

 

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