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The Sailor

by Beggars

Indie-folk with post-rock textures combine in this singer/songwriter duo to form a unique blending of organic realism with hopeful idealism.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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An original song from the pen of Kha Do. This tune encapsulates the regret of decisions made to leave the known for the unknown, only to realize that what was best was there all along. In the pursuit of dreams, one tends to look over their shoulder at the past with fondness and nostalgia and can become confused in drying to discern whether they should return to what their heart aches for or whether they just need to press on because those left behind have moved on to other loves as well. This song is superficially a love song, but there's a deeper metaphor for life here. Overall, the style borrows from the simple to the "otherworldly", truly creating a remarkable hybrid that's sure to grab the listeners attention and leave them asking for more from this up-and-coming band.

Produced/engineered/mixed by Joshua Spacht for Spachtula Music
Lead Vox/Guitars - Kha Do
Violin/BGV's/Percussion - David Urbinati
Bass/Percussion/BGV's - Joshua Spacht


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