SULDUSK Emily Highfield Interviewed Aug 3rd 2019 on TMB MMR Int

Emily Highfield’s one woman project “SULDUSK” formed in Melbourne, weaves the acoustic tones of dark folk with elements of atmospheric black and post rock, to create a powerful panoramic of shimmering guitars, affecting melodies and atmospheric density in the debut full length album.

“Lunar Falls” out April 12, 2019 via the Germans Northern Silence Productions.

1. Eleos 1:56
2. Solus Ipse 5:14
3. The Elm 3:31
4. Aphasia 4:40
5. Three Rivers 5:31
6. Autumnal Resolve 2:19
7. Catacombs 4:35
8. Nazaré 5:13
9. Drogue 2:53
10. Sovran Shrines 7:23

The album’s undercurrent theme is about living on the margins, and the suffering and sacrifice in the quest for identity. Nature provides much of the lyrical inspiration as the source of refuge and guidance throughout this quest. It’s an album inspired by nature which gives a shelter on a quest for identity. The themes are about life on the margins, suffering and sacrifice, and it’s dedicated to the memory of Aleah Starbridge, the unforgettable singer of Trees of Eternity.

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