Three years in the making, and with support from the Australia Council For The Arts, the second SIlver Sircus album 'Incarnadine' was painstakingly crafted in collaboration with ARIA Award winning producer Lachlan ‘Magoo’ Goold.
Across 10 songs and 72 minutes, the band traverses bold new sonic territory, at times totally reinventing their sound and song writing style. From the quickstep clash of Before That Girl Got Born to the hypnotic desert drone of Dust to the epic sprawling maelstrom of the closing title track, this is an album of snarling power, darkness & light, chaos & tranquillity.
The album was released in July 2016 as a deluxe 2LP Gatefold Limited Edition (+MP3 card) and for download/streaming in December 2016.
To purchase the 2LP Limited Edition, please go to www.silversircus.com
released December 18, 2016
Lucinda Shaw - vocals
James Lees - drums, percussion, guitar, piano
Mark Angel - guitars
Salliana Campbell - violin, piano, vocals
Terry Dixon - bass guitar
Fionn Ellwood - percussion, vocals
Wayne Jennings - cello, vocals
Parmis Rose - piano, keyboards
Lileana Colarelli – spoken word on Tiny Frogs
Brett Harris – field recordings at Mt Nebo on Tiny Frogs and Incarnadine
Alison St Ledger, Yani & Pete Cox – backing vocals on Poor Claire
Vanessa Tomlinson – percussion on Incarnadine
This album was made with the support of the Australia Council For The Arts in Brisbane, Australia between December 2014 and February 2016 at…
Gasworks Studios, Newstead, December 2014. Engineered by Zander Hulme.
Airlock Studios, Samford, February 2015. Engineered by Magoo. Assisted by Konstantine Kersting.
The Mirror Shop, Fortitude Valley, November 2015 - February 2016. Engineered by Magoo.
Produced by Magoo & James Lees
Mixed by Magoo
Mastered by Steve Smart, 301 Studios, Sydney
Artwork & Layout by Brett Harris
We especially thank:
Lileana Colarelli, Katrina and Sandro Colarelli, Pete Cox, Vineta Dixon, Brett Harris (for input on Tiny Frogs), Ian Haug, Phoenix Shaw-Collery, our friends and families, audience and artistic community.
Silver Sircus wish to acknowledge the First Nations’ People: the Traditional Custodians of the land on which this work was created, specifically the Turrbal, Jagera, Yuggera, Yugaabul and Yugambeh People. We extend this respect to other First Nations' Peoples, to the Ancestors and the Elders past and present and all who carry the ecological and cultural wisdom into the future. May we listen deeply to the life of the land.