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  • Streaming + Download

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    The CD version of Easterly comes in a high quality digipak format, shrink-wrapped, with original artwork & design by Nick Radford and band photos by Jess Carter.
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  • Record/Vinyl

    Released in 2006, there are very few of these limited edition 7-inch vinyl singles left. On Side A is 'Loathsome Food', on Side B you'll find a cover of Francoise Hardy's 1962 hit 'Le Temps de l'Amour' (Salvet/Morisse/Dutronc), plus 'The Birds of the Air'.
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'Easterly' is the debut album from The Ambassadors of Sorrow, weaving tales of love, loss and longing through a warp and weft of 1960s beat pop, English gothic folk, and early 1960s French pop music.

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released October 10, 2009

'Very fine stuff'... (Mark Lamarr, BBC Radio 2)

'A little European flavour with a dose of country sensibility...' (Stranger Magazine)

'That made me want a cigarette, even though I don't smoke'... (Jon Holmes, BBC 6 Music)

All songs by Angeline Morrison except:
Track 04 (Angeline Morrison, Jess Carter) & Track 06 (Angeline Morrison, Nick Radford)
Performed by: Angeline Morrison (voices, rhythm guitar, bontempi, autoharp, glockenspiel, melodica), Nick Radford (electric guitar, acoustic guitar), Craig Waite (bass guitar), Jess Carter (drums, percussion, technology), Simon Poole (drums), Sally Pyner (flute), Kristina Niederrer (cello), Jake Jones (piano), Matt Webb (double bass).
Engineered by Jess Carter & Daniel Harvey, Shed Studios, Cornwall, UK.

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The Ambassadors of Sorrow Cornwall, UK

The Ambassadors of Sorrow believe in the inherent beauty of sad songs. Weaving the folk, soul and beat pop sounds of the '60s into a tapestry of the human heart, they sound like solitude, memory or nostalgia. The Ambassadors of Sorrow live somewhere small and wild in Cornwall. ... more

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Track Name: The End of Pain
I myself am hell.
I myself am horror.
My love's across the room;
My love takes me over.

Sunlight to kiss my room
Sweat to clothe my body;
O love with smile like sun,
Come and explain this to me.

My love he flies with wings,
My love with skin like rain.
Outside him, nothing is.
He is the end of pain.