Fiona Sally Miller | The Whale's Love Life

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The Whale's Love Life

by Fiona Sally Miller

Stitches environmental sounds with voice, guitar and piano. Sounds that capture and evoke the worlds found beneath the tide and underneath the covers. Layers of instrumentation descend over these textured discoveries embellishing the stories recounted
Genre: Folk: Field Recordings
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1. In This Room
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2. I Wade Out
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3. The Swimming Pool
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4. Waiting for the Crash
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5. The Whale's Love Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Fiona Sally Miller is a Brighton based musician, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Having grown up in the South East of England she spent a number of years trotting around the British Isles developing her craft, but all the while keeping her songs to herself, due to terrible stage fright.

A fateful move back to the South led her to study at the University of Brighton where she has brought her songs out of the bedroom and on to the stage. Through her work on the creative music production degree Fiona has become an accomplished found sound recordist and explores the capture and recycling of sound within her environment; sounds sourced for their evocative associations that descend the listener within the woven textures of her compelling vocals and intricately layered compositions.


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