Signal of Williamette

The title of this track I am about to talk about is quite profound. Scroll on, play along. We start with the opening arms of piano strings, friends in initial harmonies. These strings are guided by soft stars of lower trembles twinkling, trembling ever more prominently the more the eyes adjust. Their crescendo of voice brings with it the slow appearance of waves, high on the horizon, a distant light-lit sea, curious looking, intriguing. This song’s introduction leads a human’s failing concentration upon a sea, but then further, further until they are set upon an armada of huge majestic looking boats, ploughing through waves, all hands on deck, harvesting hearts arising. A sea-based fort of upwardsness and onwardness.

Williamette – a year of failure, a year of fortune

The title of this track I am about to talk about is quite profound. Scroll on, play along. We start and continue upon a deep-sleep diffusion of highly crosses over lowly grounds. It’s a dream orchestration, a continual transition between the dense but deterrable loyalties of a subconscious and its perpendicular: directional dictations, the heart and head’s dance of a day foregone. Hairline digits, dusty wheels, white noise, soft alarms; a volume of Earth and her antennae, adjusted and attuned. The slumbered sleep between fleetingly dead airs and mightily alive whirring. A sleep well sign, a signal.

Williamette – portrait of a sleeping girl with radio

Both these songs are off the album always in postscript, that Williamette released on 21st January, 2012. I wanted to introduce them as the true and beautiful beloved in preparation for a new album release of theirs, expected later this year.

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