Keeley Forsyth - Limbs: Limited Oxblood Vinyl LP + Alternate Signed Sleeve & Photobook DINKED EXCLUSIVE 164 *Pre-Order


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DINKED EXCLUSIVE 164

Keeley Forsyth
Limbs
The Leaf Label

Release Date Friday 25th Feb 2022
All pre-orders will be dispatched/made ready for collection on that date.

DINKED EDITION 164 £22.99
  • Oxblood vinyl *
  • Alternative ‘inverse’ outer sleeve *
  • Signed & numbered sleeve *
  • 12 page photobook of stills from the ‘Bring Me Water’ film *
  • Printed inner sleeve
  • Limited pressing of 500 *

Tracklisting:
Side A
A1. Fires
A2. Bring Me Water
A3. Limbs
A4. Land Animal
Side B
B1. Blindfolded
B2. Wash
B3. Silence
B4. I Stand Alone

Keeley Forsyth’s 2020 debut album found an elemental voice ringing out from beneath the rubble. Understated but devastating, Debris' success led to a transformation as the songs were brought to the stage. An innate performer, Forsyth found herself channelling something she hadn’t yet fully come to understand, and it was here that the voice found on Debris began to probe outwards and discover a physical form. It’s a form that fully takes shape on her second album Limbs.

Anyone who saw Forsyth perform in the brief window after Debris was released and before shows ground to a halt can testify to the show’s power. In pin-drop silence, enraptured audiences watched as Forsyth inhabited a new body. No stranger to portraying characters in her career as an actor, this was something different.

Limbs is a record of reckoning with that change. After the initial purge of Debris, those feelings of trauma and fear remain but there’s also a life to live. “Save me from the chair where sadness lies,” she sings on opener ‘Fires’, wrestling the need to be creative within the routine of daily life. Where Debris was composed and recorded in close proximity to instrumentalist and arranger Matthew Bourne, Limbs deploys a more expansive palette. With Forsyth at the centre, collaborator Ross Downes acts as another limb, remotely producing the pulses and drones which feed back into the voice. Bourne this time is enlisted to “Bring some of the soil of Debris” into Limbs. The result is clearer and more spacious. If Debris sounded like it was buried under the earth - Forsyth’s voice repressed and breathless - Limbs brings some of that live presence.

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