Tim began writing his debut album Milling The Wind over 18 months ago, knowing full well what sort of album he’d create when the timing was right. When listening to Tim’s mellow, soulful and melodic folk music it’s not hard to pick that he’s been a long-term fan of the classics – think Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Crosby, Stills and Nash. Milling The Wind not only draws on the classics, but it is also inspired by more recent spins by the likes of Fionn Regan and Sam Amidon.
“I was convinced that making records should be fun. I loved recording growing up: that’s what I was looking for – and for someone I could produce it with… be collaborative with, experimental.”
Recorded over two weeks in September 2011, Tim headed north to multi-instrumentalist and producer Mark Myers’ two-storey home/studio Queenslander in Cairns. The control room was Mark’s bedroom; Tim stayed upstairs next to a drum kit and a piano, once owned by Mark’s former bandmate, Rohin Jones. Tim had been a fan of Myers’ work with with ex-Townsville outfit The Middle East and QLD’s Emma Louise, and connected with him at festivals they both played at.
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‘Cover Of Your Code’ comes on the back of the debut of the brand new video for the same single, out February 4. ‘Cover Of Your Code’ follows on from the lead single ‘A Number Of Us’, both taken from the debut ARIA top 50 album ‘Milling The Wind’.
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