Forgotten Fields

by Forgotten Fields

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    The compact disc is presented in handmade packaging, designed and produced by letterpress artist David Armes. Each sleeve is a unique print of the album art. The "Forgotten Fields" poem is printed within the sleeve and the disc includes a recording of the poem read by English narrator Chris Lateano.

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about

This album was born of my love for music and poetry, and a deep appreciation of my rural surroundings. It is named after the self-titled poem I wrote as the theme for the music. Each of the six compositions describes one of the verses. Inspired by the remote landscapes of the Western Cape of South Africa, the poetry and music are wistful and musing. They vividly evoke the happy memory of swallows in summer and fields in the wind.

More about the album at bit.ly/forgottenfields

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released November 17, 2017

Music, words and production by Forgotten Fields.

Additional musicians and performers include Cristiano Castellitto (drums), Logan Dougherty (woodwinds), Chris Lateano (poem reading), Lofthill (vocals) and Nick Scallorn (guitars).

Mastered by 12k Mastering, USA. Artwork and letterpress sleeves by Red Plate Press, UK. Compact discs manufactured by ACTA, RSA. Photography by Peter Rimell, RSA.

Available on all music platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify.

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Track Name: Verse Six
Under summer skies
Where the swallow flies—