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The music itself is brooding and at times imposing, yet sweepingly majestic throughout - Augustus Ghost’s rich vocals balance perfectly on Throwing Snow’s sombre sonic creations, as hints of industry and mechanism are married with the organic, natural world. The album’s title - ‘A Small Murmuration’ - combines Ross’ love of chaos theory and Hannah’s earthy propensity for nature. The theme is reflected in the imagery surrounding the album - the artwork and photographs come from Hannah's grandfather in the 1930s, and form a special attachment to each of the tracks. Additional illustration was done by Matthew Ellwood, one of Ross' oldest and closest friends, who also provided the art for the Black Acre EP. The album as a whole feels little need or desire to fit alongside any current trends, instead focusing on a fundamental formula: of close collaboration, shared interests, and strong friendship.
|Artist Name||Snow Ghosts|
|Quote||'A Small Murmuration' is a shared world that we have created to encompass the middle ground between our love of darkness and the emotions that music can make you feel.|
|Quote Attribute||Snow Ghosts|