Lily Fraser | Shadow Walking

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Shadow Walking

by Lily Fraser

This is an album of such conflict and contrast that it has you instantly hooked. A work of art that you can't help falling in love with.
Genre: Rock: British Invasion
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1. Alive
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2. Shout It Out
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3. Man To Man
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4. So Weak
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5. Too Scared
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6. Untapped Violence
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7. Sleepy Body
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8. Disagree
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9. About You
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10. Exposed
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11. Wake Up Sweetheart
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12. The Time Has Come
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born and bred in Cornwall, raised in the middle of nowhere, nourished on honey comb, bathed in mud and rinsed in creek water...... I come in at number three in a brood of six four girls, two boys. I climbed from comfort to chaos in a few short steps and now I live in London I havent quite come to terms with this yet! I have been singing since I was knee high. I grew up at a recording studio next to a creek with no road to it. We lived in the country but modern culture came in by boat every couple of weeks in the form of skinny young blokes with funny haircuts and mad looking ladies wearing loads of make up and very dyed hair music was everywhere all day, but it rarely sounded good. I went to sleep to the sound of a solo drum kit most nights, all the other instruments were almost inaudible. Now I can fall asleep stone cold sober in the middle club. WHAT ROCKS MY WORLD: Something happens to me when I start to write a song its like all the liberation I dont feel as an adult trying to scrape by in a big busy city comes and inhabits me.. I feel like I did as a child running through the woods on my first lone adventure, diving in to the river in march, rolling around in the mud at low tide I feel the intensity of emotion that I felt the first time I lay on my floor as a teenager and played The Joshua Tree, when I heard Prince and imagined sex, when I first fell in love and started to make my own poetry, had my heart broken and couldnt imagine a worse pain, when I thought my parents had stopped loving me cos Id been a bad bad girl. When I was trying to work out who I was, like so many kids I struggled to unite the good girl who always thought of others and the girl I thought was too intense, too dark, too brooding, too naughty to take out in public. I hid her away in secret diaries and led a secret life unbeknownst to my family and friends. And like anything you try to keep in the dark she strained to get out and craned her head towards the light, desperate to be discovered in her isolation. Over time I realized I was just exhausting myself with this game and really i wanted everyone to know exactly who I was. So I let her out ....and now I get up on stage and show her to the world and god it feels good! Its a freedom of expression beyond any Ive ever experienced, its a safe environment where i can tell everyone the truth. CHILLING OUT: I walk on the heath, usually by myself. I listen to other peoples conversations. I stare a lot. I read books til 4 in the morning when everyone else is sleeping. I watch films and believe its real life. Living life vicariously is such a treat, its chocolate chip ice cream for the mind! But everything starts to feel a bit surreal if I indulge my penchant for escapism too often. I cook delicious food and share it if possible. I dress up for no particular reason. I look at myself in the mirror and try and understand that that person is me.. I check often just to be sure ; ) WEBSITE: www.lilyfraser.com ...


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Dawn

Glad I bought it.
A CD worth picking up, Shadow Walking is reminiscent of Tori Amos, while still having plenty of edge uniquely it's own. I'm glad I bought it, and look forward to hearing more from Lily Fraser as she matures into an even better artist.