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Narratively, H.C. McEntire’s Eno Axis is about finding direction in the natural world, and following love.
Sonically, it’s an album shaped enormously by the atmosphere it was recorded in - the crew’s synergy and positivity, the proximity and presence of a band in a room playing with intention.
Structurally, it’s a group of songs inspired by the colors and tones of open tunings, by the sacrality of space and instinct.
Stylistically, it’s folk-rock leaning into its curious experimental side and moved by the spiritual rawness of classic soul and the simplicity of earnest pop.
Eno Axis feels like a confident and mature step forward from her debut album LIONHEART - in tone, arrangement, production, and spirit.
Barry says: Eno Axis is an entrancing record in many ways, rich with the majesty of traditional Americana but with an experimental sensibility effecting everything from the timbres, chord patterns and song structure. Psychedelic, downbeat moments are contrasted with major key changed and spine-tinglingly optimistic turns. Gorgeous stuff.
1 Hands For The Harvest 4:17
2 Footman's Coat 3:43
3 High Rise 4:49
4 River's Jaw 4:34
5 One Eye Open 2:12
6 Final Bow 4:09
7 True Meridian 3:34
8 Sunday Morning 1:41
9 Time, On Fire 3:07
10 Hoses Of The Holy 4:10