Inkster & Wren | Tales From Two Cities

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Tales From Two Cities

by Inkster & Wren

Collaborative EP from mesmerising chanteuse Katy Wren and lo-fi troubadour Inkster, blending the sensibilities and orchestration of Badly Drawn Boy with indie chick folk-pop - ENJOY.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Whole Wide World
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2. Glittertree
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3. Don't Forget My Birthday
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4. Hieroglyphs
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5. Conversation Between Groucho Marx & Gandhi
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Album Notes
WHOLE WIDE WORLD is the feature duet from the collaborative INKSTER & WREN EP "Tales From Two Cities".

Inkster & Wren are two friends separated by 500 miles, both currently slaving over their own solo albums. To avoid going stir-crazy they decided to change course briefly and rendezvous on this collaborative 5 track EP featuring the Whole Wide World duet and two solo efforts each.

"The Proclaimers beat us to the punch with a song titled 500 Miles," says Inkster, "So instead we dusted off the Wreckless Eric classic Whole Wide World and gave it some "indie-acoustic chick" treatment. I hope Mr. Eric doesn't mind.”

And why should he? As the French horn rolls over the glockenspiel and the banjo tussles with the acoustic guitar for a piece of the action, I'm sure the lovelorn 70's new-waver would be stoked to hear two beautiful laydeez knocking out a version of their own all these years on.


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