Between Stones Owen Tromans

Album info

Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
10.10.2019

Label: Sacred Geometry

Genre: Folk

Subgenre: Folk Rock

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  • 1Danebury Rumination04:12
  • 2A Dialogue04:02
  • 3Happiness03:09
  • 4Between Stones03:13
  • 5Martin Pale's Ghost04:02
  • 6Vague Summer03:16
  • 7Burying the Moon King03:34
  • 8Danebury Reprise01:09
  • 9Grimcross09:33
  • 10Electric Wessex03:28
  • Total Runtime39:38

Info for Between Stones



Following the ‘suburban loner folk’ of 2016’s Winter Tape EP, Owen Tromans returns with Between Stones, a wide-ranging new set of songs recorded with long-time collaborator Joe Bennett of Goldrush and Co-Pilgrim. On this new album, lush chamber folk vibes sit alongside long, winding narratives and ruminations on landscape and myth.

“Uncluttered and intensely beautiful ballads” (Time Out London)

"Steely acoustic guitar with lashings of romantic sentiment" (The Observer)

“A real breath of fresh air” (Maverick)

Owen Tromans, vocals, guitars
Joe Bennett, bass guitar, piano, organ, violin, trumpet, backing vocals
Louisa Lyne, cello
Mike Monaghan, drums



Owen Tromans
grew up in The Black Country and led John Peel favourites San Lorenzo before pursuing a solo career that has seen him release several acclaimed albums and tour extensively, playing with the likes of Best Coast, Mumford & Sons, Idlewild and Plush.

Owen has also appeared on records with Devendra Banhart, Mercury Rev, Bardo Pond and members of REM and Sonic Youth, most notably "Chamber Music" on Fire Records. The Observer singled out Owen's contribution to the compilation for its "Steely acoustic guitar with lashings of romantic sentiment."

Tromans has always mixed fiery electric music with stark acoustics, most notably on 2009's song cycle "The Fall of Acre" which chronicled the further adventures of the recurring characters that populate his songs.

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