Butler / Elgin: Weightless / Still

Butler / Elgin SKU: 41574652
Butler / Elgin: Weightless / Still

Butler / Elgin: Weightless / Still

Butler / Elgin SKU: 41574652

Format: CD

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Title: Weightless / Still
Artist: Butler / Elgin
Label: Pixie Pace Records
UPC: 5019396296022
Genre: Classical Artists

Travel realigns the compass of the heart, fixing new points of love and memory. The decade or more that Anthony Furey and Paul Butler spent touring the world (Australia, New Zealand, USA, France, the Netherlands, Scandinavia) as the founding, songwriting core of Irish band The Young Folk certainly added a few. Weightless / Still is a new chapter in the story of Elgin, the Dublin favorites formerly known as The Young Folk. With Anthony Furey and Paul Butler at the helm, the band adds news dimensions to the sound they nurtured across their two previous albums, exploring newfound perspectives in an album that remains simple, epic and true. Of the album, Red Guitar Music wrote: "Delicate harmonies and lush instrumentation. "


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