Please Forgive Me My Human Ways (Roxby's Wonky Remix) - 3 track single

by Bridie Jackson and The Arbour

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The song “Please Forgive Me My Human Ways” first appeared on 2012’s Bitter Lullabies LP, a sparse and haunting acapella lament in which “those brave in love sleep so well”. Roxby’s reimagining adds a gruesome bass line and heavy drum beat, an electronic swarm that looms threateningly over the central gospel harmonies in a crucible of conflicting tones. The result is powerful and unsettling, demonstrating once again the versatility of Bridie Jackson’s extraordinary songwriting.

The original track 'Please Forgive Me My Human Ways' features as track 2 on the single.

Track 3 is a live recording of The Arbour's song 'Mucky', recorded at The Black Lion in Salford in January 2012.

All tracks written by Bridie Jackson & The Arbour.
Remix by Biff Roxby.
Live recording by WR Audio.


Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kDZYa4STOo


Released by: Debt Records
Release/catalogue number: DEBTREC 37
Release date: 20th April 2013.


Contact Information:
Email: bridiejacksonarbour@gmail.com
Label: press@debtrecords.net
Website: www.bridiejackson.com

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released April 20, 2013

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Bridie Jackson and The Arbour Newcastle, UK

Newcastle based trio Bridie Jackson and The Arbour are an eclectic group of folk-influenced musicians. Hauntingly ethereal, yet fused with dark and powerful undertones; this eccentric ensemble inject contradictions galore, with their union of bright melody and sombre lyricism.
'Original and magical' (Consequence of Sound)
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'Seriously awesome' (For Folk's Sake)
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