Death by Daniel Terrence Robertson
HEAVY LARK ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF THE DEBUT ALBUM FROM
DANIEL TERRANCE ROBERTSON, “DEATH”
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER NOW AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, LIMITED EDITION MONO LP OR CASSETTE VIA HEAVY LARK.
ALBUM AVAILABLE ON OCTOBER 7TH
DANIEL TERRENCE ROBERTSON is a Vancouver-based composer and multi-instrumentalist whose gentle voice, tender intuition and high-art deliberation are remarkably resonant. Early creative efforts saw Robertson help found the Vancouver post-rock ensemble Heard In The Mountains, recording their debut with Jonathan Anderson (We Are The City, Aidan Knight, Andy Shauf), and touring throughout western Canada. Further collaborations include Jocelyn Price (Do Tell, Jordan Klassen) and Francesca Belcourt (Mu). With time, Robertson’s clairvoyant interior world has been nurtured; a world of melancholy, intrepid love, and uncertainty of being. Drawing on classical and experimental influences, Robertson composes and records in solitude. And from this solitude, unflinching songs emerge, forming a retrospective geography of his internal and physical spaces: a childhood living room; the woods of Birken, BC; a haunted Japantown bedroom; a Bowen Island lodge. In support of the release, a video for God I’m Sorry is streaming now on YouTube. Directed and edited by Robertson himself, the video is an experiment in self-portrait manipulation and the variability of self-perception.
TRACK LISTING 1. House 2. Holy Hallway 3. She Transfigured 4. Soundtrack 4 (Mother) 5. Falsity 6. God I’m Sorry 7. East Cordova (Smile Deth is Love 2!) 8. Garden