It does. Nothing has changed there. Sarah Mary Chadwick likes telling us stuff. Last time out she told us 'Roses Always Die' which is also true. Her splintered, confessional folk music is bare and autobiographical and influenced by the reams of oddball New Zealand musicians who have carved careers doing their own thing amid worldwide indifference.
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8/10 cormy096 5th January 2020
Sarah Mary Chadwick is a stalwart of the Melbourne music scene. Every couple of months she'll play a pub gig in the inner-north and I make sure I'm there.
It's at these gigs, and on her 2018 LP 'Sugar Still Melts In The Rain', that Sarah's songwriting gets the full band treatment and really comes alive... Speaking about being alive, her brutally honest musings on the subject, sung in her signature emotionally fragile style, are ever-endearing amd inspire deeper thought about just how strange it is to wake up each day.
If you've got a "lifetime of practice at keeping the hurting inside", this album is for you.
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