ALBUM REVIEW: Anna Mieke – Theatre | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 18.11.22







Hailing from Wicklow on the East coast of Ireland, Anna Mieke releases her second full-length, which she’d intended being a solo effort but has now become a more evolved ensemble, verdantly growing with additional instrumentation filling out a sweet sound of rolling hills and valleys, and finely portraying the dulcet atmosphere found in this bucolic alt. folk collection.

For A Time is alive with expansive strings and tribal folk rhythms, while Mannequin opens with finespun ethereal synth drone that provokes a melancholic wispiness, recalling dappled sun-bleached memories of magpies and imaginations. It’s a journey through fields of mirrors, scattered with damselflies flittering as you languidly flow into the sea, drifting in your senses impelled by the purity of Anna’s vocals.


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