Diamonds In The Sky
The new single from Huskey Recue, Diamonds In The Sky, sees the band take their unique blend of widescreen electronica and fragile folk into altogether darker territories, whilst continuing to capture the enthralling melodies and enchanting moods for which they are rightly lauded. Having achieved critical acclaim for their debut album Country Falls and wowed audiences world wide with their hypnotic live sets, Husky Rescue return with the first full single release from their forthcoming second album - Ghost Is Not Real - which is scheduled for release in January 2007.
Husky Rescue, the brainchild of musical maestro Marko Nyberg, first entered the public consciousness with a series of (now highly collectable) vinyl releases on Catskills records. Hailing from Finland, their blend of lush melodies and entrancing soundscapes struck a chord with the public and the press alike. As demand grew, Husky Rescue transformed from a studio project to a full live band, fronted by the distinctive ethereal vocals of Reeta-Leena Korhola.
Whilst their debut album Country Falls was gelled by a soothing ambience, Ghost Is Not Real, is carried along by a much more melancholy mood altogether. This edgier sound is gently hinted at by 'Diamonds In The Sky', with the single providing the perfect appetiser for the delights to come. 'Diamonds In The Sky' is backed by a top drawer selection of remixes from dark disco king Emperor Machine, twisted folk purveyors Tuung and electro rockers Deaf Stereo.
Release Date: 23 October 2006
Cat. No: RIDCD015
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