Tuesday 7th of June 2016, 7.30 PM

Globelamp

With a voice that can be either ethereal or savage, shimmery as California sunshine through the leaves of redwoods, or dark as a Washington rainstorm, but always haunting, Globelamp sings of loss, longing and the enchantments of the natural world.

Elizabeth Le Fey, Globelamp, wrote new album The Orange Glow  “as a reflection of the last year and a half and how I got out of it alive.” After a painful breakup and the death of her best friend, Maia Hisomoto, Globelamp followed the seductive lure of the “orange glow” into a fairy tale forest full of poisoned flora, predatory fauna and unspeakable, hair-raising mysteries.  “An ancient aching/It seemed so warm/The orange/The orange glow/I didn’t know I didn’t know.”

On the new release, Globelamp is ultimately able to escape the sinister lure of the orange glow and emerge from the haunted forest alone, guided by the light of her own inner lantern. We follow close behind, transfixed and transformed, our hearts lodged, like a piece of the Faerie Queen’s rare tourmaline, firmly in our throats. “There are rivers and streams” leading back to her. “Lay your sorrows at her feet.”

 

https://globelamp.bandcamp.com

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