A new album of piano songs by the singer from Swimmer One. This is the follow-up to There Are No Maps For This Part Of The City, available elsewhere on this website.
'Thoroughly beguiling... showcases a spine-tingling vulnerability to the Edinburgh-based songwriter’s delivery and a real romance to his storytelling.' The List
'Andrew Eaton-Lewis’s latest makes this stately adult-pop piano-ballad bag look effortless. This is a comfortable improvement on There Are No Maps For This Part of the City, despite operating from roughly the same stable.' The Skinny
released November 30, 2011
Performed by Andrew Eaton-Lewis
All songs written by Andrew Eaton-Lewis except 8, written by Empire of the Sun
Produced by Hamish Brown
Additional recording and engineering by James Locke www.missionhallstudios.co.uk
Cover photograph and design by Daniel Warren
Many thanks to Alex Fiennes for engineering assistance
C and P Biphonic Records 2010. Unauthorised copying, lending, public performance and broadcasting prohibited
Swimmer One is Andrew from Seafieldroad's main band. They've released two albums so far, The Regional Variations and Dead Orchestras, both available to buy from Swimmer One's Bandcamp page Seafieldroad
supported by 7 fans who also own “Seafieldroad (album, 2011)”
"Wintery acoustic songs about love hate, death and other stuff". And swearing. In Scottish.
Not much more anyone could ask for!
Honestly, sometimes life is just miserable, and there has to be a soundtrack for wallowing in that misery. This is it, and in a strangely uplifting way. Wind in the Willows