Feb 12 – March 30, 2018
Pagan Harvest discuss 'Sacred River' their second album in 3 podcasts
Folk/Prog band Pagan Harvest take inspiration from the English landscape, that sense of place that can be found in Shakespeare’s forests and moors, Wordsworth’s mountains and streams, and even on Westminster Bridge.
On 1st February 2018 they released their second album. Entitled 'Sacred River' it is a bold artistic statement encompassing the myths, legends and magic of London and the River Thames.
In this first podcast Pagan Harvest talk to Invisible Folk Club producer Steve Yarwood about the evolution of music that evokes an atmosphere of London in the time of Charles Dickens and much further back into ancient history.
The featured song from the album on this podcast is 'The Beast Sits Down'
In this second podcast Pagan Harvest continue the discussion about the evolution of a music that evokes the atmosphere and spirit of the multi-cultural city that is London.
The featured song from the album on this podcast is 'Calling All The Angels'
In the third episode Pagan Harvest continue to discuss their second album Sacred River. Since the first album their cinematic music has evolved into something darker and unsettling. Jon Bickley, Lawrence Reed & Steve Daymond discuss the process of composition and the influences at play.
The featured song from the album on this podcast is 'Chant'