Daisy Chapman | Hymns of Blame

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Hymns of Blame

by Daisy Chapman

"Beth Orton with balls" Stripped down to just piano and voice, Daisy's songs weigh heavy with a haunting beauty and romantic intensity. With a voice that ranges from a whisper to a "herculean howl".
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Sang Your Praises
4:30 $0.99
2. The Last Procession
2:34 $0.99
3. The Joy of Love
5:14 $0.99
4. Hallelujah
5:26 $0.99
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Album Notes
Stripped down to just piano and voice, Daisy's songs weigh heavy with a haunting beauty and romantic intensity. With a voice that ranges from a whisper to a "herculean howl", debut EP 'Hymns of Blame' centres round themes of religious failings and love's frailty.

Daisy was asked to play the Acoustic Music Festival at The Folkhouse in Bristol, UK where "she filled the hall with her cathartic hymns of blame" - hence the name of the EP. This was followed by a UK tour with her band (Scarlatti Tilt) to promote their new EP 'One Under'. However, upon returning from the tour Daisy decided it was time to bring things down to a bare minimum as she had done at the Acoustic Festival. So just a month after the tour, she entered the studio and recorded the EP in just one day. One of the songs - The Joy of Love - was completed only the week before.

With the starkness of Greg Simmons' lyrics, these songs are far from gentle ballads, but instead are tales of dark hearts told through Daisy's passionate voice which brings goosebumps to the skin.

See also Daisy's album - And There Shall Be None - also on CD Baby.
See also Daisy's band - SCARLATTI TILT - also on CD Baby.



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mario canada

fabuleuse voix donc fabuleuse musique!

Paul Nash

beautiful songs beautifully recorded...
Beautiful songs beautifully recorded... 2m:21s to 2:25 into Hallelujah particularly so.

Beth Marshall Singer/Songwriter

Its stuck in my CD player
She has a beautiful, strong, clear voice. The songs themselves are works of art to listen to. The Piano playing was excellent! My only regret is that there arent more songs on the album. I could listen all day

Music Review, Preston

Beth Orton with balls
Beth Orton with balls

Venue Magazine

Powerhouse of a voice
Scarlatti Tilt singer takes a break from the band but not from the powerhouse of a voice.

Decode Magazine

One of the best live voices I’ve heard
One of the best live voices I’ve heard

The List, Glasgow

It’s just beautiful music
It’s just beautiful music