With her dozen-strong Wayward Band, Eliza Carthy stretches folk music in all manner of new directions on Big Machine.
In the credits for Garden Of Ashes, Duke Garwood thanks “my soul brother Mark Lanegan for his friendship and inspiration”, and it’s not hard to see why.
In this instance, Garwood describes Garden Of Ashes as “beautiful apocalypse love music”, for lovers walking through the remains of an Eden razed by corporate greed and rapacity.
“Gold shine in the sun/Nothing but metal in the dark,” he muses, his baritone murmur a simulacrum of Lanegan’s.
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