Kershaw, Lily: Arcadia

Kershaw, Lily SKU: 39598424
Kershaw, Lily: Arcadia

Kershaw, Lily: Arcadia

Kershaw, Lily SKU: 39598424

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Arcadia
Artist: Kershaw, Lily
Label: Nettwerk Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 067003121811
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing, Arcadia, is the latest offering and sophomore album by songstress Lily Kershaw, produced by Ben Cooper (aka Radical Face). Weaving warmer analog sounds like organ, harpsichord and guitar with cinematic force, Arcadia is Kershaw's most intimate release to date and features standout track "Always & Forever" co-written by Emma Roberts. The strongest tool Kershaw wields is her voice, both in the simmering ferocity it carries and the poetry it speaks. Arcadia follows-up her 2018 EP, Lost Angeles, which received praise from Refinery29 ("Turn off the lights, and surrender to the pervasive melancholy of Lily Kershaw"), Nylon ("purely raw, authentic, and unfiltered"), Collide ("Lily Kershaw shines a light through darkness on 'Lost Angeles'") and Atwood Magazine ("breathtakingly moving and hauntingly mature") to name a few.


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