Sun's Risen

by Christopher Sleightholm

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I always think of Snake River’s fourth album, ‘Sun Will Rise’ as a folk album. I always wanted to do another version like this, more like it was written. It was conceived as more of an Incredible String Band-type thing, or Robyn Hitchcock’s “I Often Dream Of Trains.” The album didn’t sound anything like that once the band got to work on the songs. I think all the songs hold up stripped back like this. There are some poignant lyrics that strike hard in these times: “…too many humans in one place is never a good thing,” & “don’t think of things you don’t see.” I threw the song “A Clean Stone” from our last EP on as well, because it’s fun to play like this. I recorded and mixed the album today. There are no overdubs.

Christopher Sleightholm
March 21, 2020

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released March 22, 2020

Record, mixed and performed by: Christopher Sleightholm on March 21, 2020

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Snake River regina, Saskatchewan

Music inspired by the residents of Snake River Mountain & Mr. McKruski.

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