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Paranoid Lullaby

by Apostrophe and Rye

A calm, hauntingly personal collection of introspection, love, loss and the whimsy required to carry on. A stunningly original debut four years in the making, this lilting blend of folk guitar and piano with a modern orchestral twist is like nothing else.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Fall
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2. Monkey
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3. Do You Know
3:54 $0.99
4. Highway to Somewhere
4:36 $0.99
5. Liddle Ramble
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6. Paranoid Lullaby
3:13 $0.99
7. Everything May Be
2:40 $0.99
8. Smallest Fan
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9. Proximity
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10. Lady
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11. Midnight Words
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12. Wading Through the Sunlight
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Album Notes
‘Some artists spend their entire career trying to find a unique sound. Apostrophe and Rye has nailed it on the first go.’ Ian Kenny (Karnivool, Birds of Tokyo)

Paranoid Lullaby is a poignant, serenely powerful and uplifting debut album by Paul David-Goddard released under the name Apostrophe and Rye, a moniker evoking possession and omission, and stories shared over fine whiskey.

Dark and mournful at times, but with a strong vein of hope throughout, the album traverses bare-boned, classical nylon fingerpicking, resonant piano, soulful orchestral arrangements and a bevy of distinct sounds from around the world.

David-Goddard's thoughtful compositions and quiet, profound vocals have echoes of Nick Drake, Iron and Wine, José González and Ásgeir, with a hint of Beck at his most wistful, and even a little early Enya for good measure.

Paranoid Lullaby was written, performed, recorded and engineered by Paul David-Goddard in Melbourne, Australia.



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