Golden Pear

32,00

in stock

about the record

Moon Glyph Records head Steve Rosborough returns as Omni Gardens with a brand new album entitled “Golden Pear”. The fuzzy, warm and buoyant moog timbres of “Moss King” return but “Golden Pear” is a dreamier and more lush affair; incorporating a wider palette including mellotron flutes, vibraphones, marimbas and self-captured field recordings. A tranquil, pop atmosphere permeates the album as the songs flutter between bleary, unhurried tunes, warbly soundscapes and odes to lazy afternoons. Created for relaxed home listening, this is “Golden Pear”.

  1. 1 - Rain Jacket 2:55
  2. 2 - Wild Marionberries 3:19
  3. 3 - Grassland 2:57
  4. 4 - Patchouli 2:43
  5. 5 - Salt Lamp 4:07
  6. 6 - Our Backyard Fern 2:29
  7. 7 - Paperback Book 2:34
  8. 8 - Plant Shop 1:29
  9. 9 - Lucky Rosemary 3:16
  10. 10 - Honeywisp 3:12
  11. 11 - Sunday Robe 3:04
  12. 12 - Autumn Haze 3:25

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Golden Pear

32,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Rain Jacket 2:55
  2. 2 - Wild Marionberries 3:19
  3. 3 - Grassland 2:57
  4. 4 - Patchouli 2:43
  5. 5 - Salt Lamp 4:07
  6. 6 - Our Backyard Fern 2:29
  7. 7 - Paperback Book 2:34
  8. 8 - Plant Shop 1:29
  9. 9 - Lucky Rosemary 3:16
  10. 10 - Honeywisp 3:12
  11. 11 - Sunday Robe 3:04
  12. 12 - Autumn Haze 3:25

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

about the record

Moon Glyph Records head Steve Rosborough returns as Omni Gardens with a brand new album entitled “Golden Pear”. The fuzzy, warm and buoyant moog timbres of “Moss King” return but “Golden Pear” is a dreamier and more lush affair; incorporating a wider palette including mellotron flutes, vibraphones, marimbas and self-captured field recordings. A tranquil, pop atmosphere permeates the album as the songs flutter between bleary, unhurried tunes, warbly soundscapes and odes to lazy afternoons. Created for relaxed home listening, this is “Golden Pear”.

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