Mary Lattimore (Credit: Rachael Pony Cassells)
'Hello From The Edge Of The Earth' is just what we needed to hear...

Los Angeles based harpist Mary Lattimore has shared wonderful new song 'Hello From The Edge Of The Earth'.

The musician is determined to take her instrument outside of accepted spheres, recently recording with Thurston Moore and Sharon van Etten, as an example.

New album 'Hundreds Of Days' lands on May 18th, with Mary Lattimore sharing a beautifully relaxing lead song.

'Hello From The Edge Of The Earth' is just what we needed to hear on this damp and dreary Monday, a relaxing, musically engaging piece of pastoral minimalism.

The synth drones in the background conjure new age scenes, but the playing is continually riveting, exploring the emotional dynamics of the instrument.

Highly recommended, you can tune in below.

1. It Feels Like Floating
2. Never Saw Him Again
3. Hello From the Edge of the Earth
4. Baltic Birch
5. Their Faces Streaked With Light and Filled With Pity
6. On the Day You Saw the Dead Whale
7. Wind Carries Seed

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