Wickerbird – The Sea Weaver (2022) [FLAC 24bit/44,1kHz]

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Wickerbird – The Sea Weaver (2022)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 51:41 minutes | 537 MB | Genre: Folk, Ambient, Dreampop
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Lost Tribe Sound

“The Sea Weaver” by Wickerbird, the atmospheric dream-folk project of Blake Cowan.

“We make a hollow reckoning, this congress of ghosts. Staking our camp where none else will. Building our fires with promethean embers that flicker and sigh and suggest that exhausted state to which only the final snuffing smokes will know.

And so parted from the fire’s warmth, we can soon scarcely discern this from a dream, of no more substance than the myriad faded dreams of all faded dreamers; sunken into our features as lines carved into a riverbank, no more than a testament to the rending of water, long past.”

“Ecstatic, luminous and intrinsically aimed at a naturalism with transcendent contours are the fourteen tracks that form “The Sea Weaver”, once again suspended on a ridge between ambient-folk and rarefied author’s writing.”

“Clearly, Cowan has been honing his craft and carefully cultivating new ideas in the intervening time and the album is replete with subtle touches that reward repeated listening.”


1-01. Wickerbird – mottled light (02:08)
1-02. Wickerbird – in altar wine (05:34)
1-03. Wickerbird – hacksilver (03:27)
1-04. Wickerbird – a crossing song (03:40)
1-05. Wickerbird – the lamplighter (03:34)
1-06. Wickerbird – bell weather (02:47)
1-07. Wickerbird – french broom (03:15)
1-08. Wickerbird – the sea weaver (04:26)
1-09. Wickerbird – inkstones (03:54)
1-10. Wickerbird – little weavings (04:37)
1-11. Wickerbird – ash / aster (Alternate Version) (04:18)
1-12. Wickerbird – the rivening (01:27)
1-13. Wickerbird – old hickory (05:45)
1-14. Wickerbird – the hemlock tree (02:45)



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