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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Folk :: Mark Moldre - Where Will I Be?

Mark Moldre - Where Will I Be?

Mark Moldre - Where Will I Be?
Mark Moldre has been recording music since the late 90’s. He fronted 4-piece Hitchcock’s Regret across the span of 3 albums and released a solo album in 2010 that inspired Midnight Oil’s Rob Hirst to say “A beautifully produced album of melancholic melodies; sad, grand, scary. 4 stars.”

On his latest, An Ear To The Earth he knew he didn’t want to make any of his usual musical choices. He also decided that he would not write any songs about his feelings or himself. No heart on his sleeve stuff. No confessionals. No crying in his gin. He did want to combine the tapestry of his musical past to write an album full of diversity and ever shifting genre.He called his old childhood friend Jamie Hutchings (Bluebottle Kiss) and asked if he’d be interested in producing. Jamie beat the arrangements into shape with his familiar spit, grit and sandpaper approach.

An Ear To The Earth is filled with dark corners, tender romance, redemption and death, human struggle versus biblical consequences, dreams and bad weather. It’s gritty and smooth, poignant whilst occasionally raucous, diverse – and yet somehow it all hangs together. It’s Moldre’s musical history across 10 varying chapters.

About this track...

Evolved after watching a scene in the movie Big Fish wherein 3 boys witness their future demise in the eye of an old woman. A song about bad weather, death, dirt, sin and redemption.

Other tracks by Mark Moldre: Killer Anxiety  -  Nowhere At All
Number Of People In Act Solo
State/Territory Artist Is Based In NSW
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Terrigal
Taken From The Release Titled An Ear To The Earth
Copyright Holder's Name Laughing Outlaw Records
Publisher Control
Media Servicing Date 2013-04-05
Main Genre Folk
Genre 2 Blues
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
ISRC AU-LBO-13-00278
Artist Official Web Site
Artist Social Network Page
Online Store Page 1
Content Provider Laughing Outlaw