Harri Endersby, Breathe Review
Based in the rugged landscape of County Durham is vocalist, musician and songwriter Harri Endersby. Endersby blends elements of contemporary and traditional folk music to create her imaginative music. Her lyrics invite audiences to escape from the rush of life and step into the quiet joy of being connected to the natural world. Endersby released her debut album Homes/Lives in 2017. She has toured England extensively, playing venues in every corner of the country. The album also earned support from BBC 6Music, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio Wales. On 1st November 2019 Endersby will release her 2nd album titled, Mazes. The new album explores themes of home and belonging, inspired by her deep passion for the North East of England, as well as her ties with the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides. Co-produced by Harri and her husband Rich Endersby-Marsh, the 9-track album features prestigious folk musicians Ciaran Algar, Toby Shaer and Ian Stephenson. Endersby is releasing a new single from the album, “Breathe.” The song features her lovely vocals and harmonies alongside subtle acoustic guitars and a warm, electronica-tinged soundscape.
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Acoustic guitar, Piano and Background Vocals: Harri Endersby
Fiddle: Ciaran Algar
Cajon: Rich Marsh
Fiddle: Toby Shaer
Mandolin: Toby Shaer
Release Date: October 25, 2019
Ivy Crown Records
With angelic vocal harmonies, a growing instrumental background and a form that develops, “Breathe” is a musical journey of beauty and subtleties.