Album Review: Heart Like Feathers by Robert Deeble

Album Name: Heart Like Feathers
Artist: Robert Deeble
Year/Label: 2012 / Mind Bomb Publishing/ Dead Letter Records

This album is not out but can be pre-ordered from site. Check the links below too, might be available there in time.

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Robert Deeble returns after a lengthy absence with a new record. His style is folksy and very appealing.

The opening title song has a gorgeous hushed sound, Deeble’s vocals softly murmuring in the wake of a memorable tune.

Undertow features Anna-Lynne Williams of Trespassers William and she gives a typically lovely vocal performance that becomes a good counterpoint to Deeble’s dreamy delivery.

Exhale is a dirge-like song that he easily inhabits, giving a thoughtful performance to a sweet melody.

Hearing voices, seeing ghosts is a haunting track with a lovely tune that he handles well.

It’s a gorgeous album well worth hearing.

Track Listing

01. Heart Like Feathers
02. Suzanne
03. Undertow
04. Eucharist
05. Weeds
06. Exhale
07. Hearing Voices Seeing Ghosts
08. The Colors of Dying
09. Scarecrow
10. Sunflower

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