A Wake

by Two Wings

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Following on Two Wings critically acclaimed Love's Spring come their new album A Wake.

Based around the song-writing partnership of vocalist Hanna Tuulikki and guitarist Ben Reynolds, Two Wings are a glorious hybrid of sounds ancient and modern. Psych-rock guitar is married to the keening whoosh of Tuulikki's words on an album about love, loss and moving on - but carefully - that has the decidedly grown-up commercial sass of Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac yet retains the edge of Neil Young.

Gift-wrapped in a lush arrangement fleshed out by the accompanying vocals of Lucy Duncombe, the bass of Kenneth Wilson and the drums of Owen Curtis Williams, "Peace-Fear" is as mercurial as its subject and as soaked with wisdom and experience as all its musical influences that combine to make a four-minute epic of redemption that soars.

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released 14 April 2014

Hanna Tuulikki
Ben Reynolds
Lucy Duncombe
Kenneth Wilson
Owen Curtis Williams

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