With time and space to reflect, Adam Stafford’s experience of lockdown has been one of renewal, revolving around the discovery of a little red book hidden beneath some tupperware in a cardboard box. The resulting Diamonds of a Horse Famine LP can be seen as the epitome of retrospection as progress and of creative rebirth.
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Scottish composer and filmmaker Adam Stafford returns with Trophic Asynchrony, a vivid exploration of our relationship with nature at a time of intersecting crises. Written and recorded during lockdown, the predominantly instrumental album takes its title from the cascade of non-seasonal events due to climate change; of swallows returning in winter, of blizzards in summertime and daffodils at Christmas.
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