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LOREN KATE - YOUR OWN LITTLE OCEAN

Your Own Little Ocean

Loren Kate
Your Own Little Ocean

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Avalaible Monday 6th September 2010

'Engaging, sensitive and impossible not to fall in love with' - RTR FM

Loren Kate’s latest delight, “Your Own Little Ocean” is a beautifully simple record brimming with unconditional love and gratitude.

With support from the ArtsSA Contemporary Music Grant Program, this little 5-track snapshot captures a very special moment in the South Australian-based singer-songwriter’s life and radiates a sense of perfect contentedness and the bliss of a mother-to-be.

Recorded while Loren was pregnant, “Your Own Little Ocean” was completed in just two days at Crank Studios in Perth and features exceptional cello playing from Mel Robinson (You am I, Tim Rogers, Mr Sister and arrangements for artists such as John Butler, The Audreys and more) as the sole accompanist. Although songs such as Uke-a-bye Baby (a heart-warming ukulele interlude) and the title track keep it rugged up in a definitively maternal blanket, the record manages to reach beyond the realm of expectant motherhood and communicate a more universal joy that can’t help but be shared with anyone listening.

Since the release of her debut album, Brand New Shoes, Loren Kate has clearly reached new ground in her song writing. Coupling this with her awe-inspiring voice and sweet harmonies makes “Your Own Little Ocean” float through its musings of love and appreciation of life with such effortless grace and beauty, it’s as if the songs have written themselves.


 


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