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Liz Stringer

by Andrew Tijs on June 7, 2012

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Haunting country blues singer Liz Stringer goes pop (a bit) on her fourth album Warm In The Darkness.

Stringer is up to her fourth album of heartbreaking roots blues but this one is a very different beast from the stripped-back and solo Tides Of Time.

Warm In The Darkness sees her bringing in lap steel, keys, backing vocalists to complement her full band, for her most lush (and almost pop) album yet.

She discusses Australiana in her lyrics, orchestrating the crew of guest musos, how her evocative stories appear, the blessing and curse of being a musician’s musician and critical darling, plus much much more.

 

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