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The Flood

by Tulalah

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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs)
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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs) An overwhelming folk rock album with incredibly beautiful melodies and stunning full-blown arrangements, leaving me open-mouthed after each track. It found a permanent place in my heart, somewhere close to the masterpieces of Matt Ulery, which radiate a similar divine aura. Regarding my favorite track, I was torn between "Selma" and "Birthday Song", but I can tick here only one. Favorite track: Selma.
michael rütten
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michael rütten Nai & Hiatus Kaiyote brought me here - wonderful mixture of songwriting and strings & things! no categories - just beautiful. Favorite track: And Yet It Moves.
Gavin Boyd
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Gavin Boyd This is incredible music. Deep, soulful, intricate, delicate and intelligent. An epic debut album from Australia's own, Tulalah. Don't sleep!
Roy Meerkamper
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Roy Meerkamper Kind of neo-folk, very melodic, beautiful vocals, reminds me a bit of Hem. Thanks to Dr. Beaf for this find. Favorite track: Distortrait.
Dr. Beaf
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Dr. Beaf Awarding this AOTY15.
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Distortrait 05:37
Reprise 01:24
Selma 04:56
Apart 02:11
I, Fantasise 03:38
Quieter Love 05:40
Hell 04:13


Tulalah are a 9-piece collective based in Melbourne. The band take folk, rock, jazz and orchestral influences to create a deep, emotive sound with a distinctive organic Australian flavour.

The album was recorded in a beach house in Blairgowrie on Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula with accompanying strings recorded in several halls & churches in Melbourne's inner north.

Tulalah are:

Oliver Bannister, Finn Bennet, Andy Clarke, Theo Conos, Bridie Cotter, Jesse Glass, Joshua Lynzaat, Nick Roder & Felix Watson.

Mixer & co-production: Jono Steer
Mastering: Crystal Mastering (Melbourne)
A&R: Mike Gurrieri

(C) 2015 Equinox Recordings


released October 16, 2015


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