The Question

by Tulalah

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Dr. Beaf A change to the original line up has left little impact on the character of their sound. The arrangements are sublime; exploring dynamics, phrasing, focusing on the vocal harmonies, keeping the time signatures away from the conventional and letting other sections meander to relax the pace. And this is all I the first 3 track preview. The Flood, the best debut I've heard from a band in ages, will be hard to eclipse but I think they could pip it. Fingers crossed!
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about

'The Question' is the second studio album from Melbourne-based eight-piece, TULALAH.

TULALAH weave their broad influences into a unique brand of 'Orchestral Folk' with a distinctive Australian sound.

'The Question' was recorded in a number of spaces throughout Victoria including a family beach house in Blairgowrie and several churches within Melbourne.

A very special thanks goes out to the Conos Family for enabling this album.

credits

released June 19, 2017

TULALAH //

Lena Douglas // Vocals and Piano
Nicholas Roder // Guitars and Vocals
Jesse Glass // Drum Kit, Glockenspiel and Vocals
Andrew Clarke // Guitars and Vocals
Stephen Hornby // Double Bass
Theodore Conos // Tenor and Soprano Saxophones
Felix Watson // Trumpet and Flugelhorn
Finn Bennet // Trombone and Vocals

With help from //

Fabian Acuna // Trumpet
Cheryl Durongpisitkul // Alto Saxophone
Ian Wildsmith // French Horn
Jane Robertson // Clarinet
Lawrence Dobell // Clarinet
Willow Stahlut // Violin
Rose Kavanagh // Violin
Susanna Ling // Viola
Anita Quayle // Cello

Tracking & Mixing Engineer: Jono Steer
Assistant Tracking Engineer: Callum Edwards
Mastering Engineer: Joe Carra
Photography and Design: Georgina Jane Design
Horn and String Arrangements: Nicholas Roder, Felix Waston and Andrew Clarke

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