Nowa płyta pochodzącej z Belgii artystki.
Chantal Acda zaczynałą swoją przygodę z muzyką w takich zespołach jak Isbells, True Bypass, Marble Sounds czy Distance, Light & Sky, który współtworzyła z Chrisem Eckmanem. Od czasu swego debiutu "Let Your Hands Be My Guide" z 2013 roku współpracowała z takimi artystami jak Nils Frahm, Bill Frisell (wspólna płyta) Peter Broderick, Heather Woods Broderick, Valgeir Sigurdsson, Gyda Valtysdottir czy Adam Wiltzie.
Tak o nowej płycie pisze Chris Eckman:
I first heard Chantal Acda sing and play the early 2000’s in San Sebastian, Spain. I shared the bill that night with her group Sleeping Dog. After their set was finished and I had caught my breath, I thought of Sandy Denny and Cat Power and Van Morrison and every singer who had ever hijacked my tears and lifted me towards a light. She was that gifted, that unique and that honest and the ensuing years have only strengthened her gifts.
Chantal and I eventually joined forces in a trio with drummer Eric Thielemans that we named Distance, Light & Sky. If we were to assign one of those words, to each of the group’s band members, I would imagine the best fit for Chantal would be “sky.” Her favorite place in the world is Iceland, with its vast open-roof horizons. Her music at times echoes such spaces and the deep awe that they inspire. There is a hard earned sense of possibility in her songs. Even in the saddest ones, she won’t let us give up. She nudges us to keep searching until we find our home – even if it is in a far flung place. At the edge of what we know.
While Chantal’s three previous solo albums were immaculately produced by two luminaries of the so-called “post-classical” scene (Nils Frahm, Peter Broderick and Phill Brown respectively), “Saturday Moon” is a more feral child and is all the stronger for it. Caution is thrown to the wind and the emph....... więcej