The brain-child of former Sansava mainstay, Paul Heathcote, this is the third album by Summer Night Air.
This cd will bewitch you with it’s minimal drones and a sense of naivety and innocence that's so beautiful it could ooze out of your hi-fi speakers and drip onto your carpet.
No real musical ability was used in this recording.
No pretension was used in this recording.
The chords that were learnt to play on this album are C, F, something which is like E but isn’t, and maybe A and G.
For best results, half ignore, half listen to this cd between the hours of 20:00 and 6:00 (summer time).
Keep music simple, melodic, friendly, honest and self-aware!
Please don’t intellectualise this album!
With terrifying originality and thought-provoking beauty, "Everywhere at the end of time" paints the bliss and anguish of memory loss.
—An aural cup of tea brewed with the old leaves of ballroom-records, sweetened with the honey of happy memories, tinged with the bitterness of nostalgia, poisoned with memory loss... I can't seem to stop myself from always coming back for another sip. Arrow Hopper