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Triflemore | The Astonishingly Disruptive Nature of Kindness { and Other Worthwhile Pursuits }

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The Astonishingly Disruptive Nature of Kindness { and Other Worthwhile Pursuits }

by Triflemore

zenfolk baroque | scottish modern acoustic
Genre: Folk: Scottish Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Coffee Break
5:32 album only
2. Regarding Shoes
4:49 album only
3. Come You
4:49 album only
4. May Day
4:26 album only
5. Rise Fall
5:46 album only
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Album Notes
zenfolk baroque.
scottish modern acoustic.

"Haunting lo-fi folk"
-Maverick Magazine, UK

"Unique collection of songs"
-Rootstime, Belgium

Triflemore is our transatlantic folk duo, including one of us from small-town America and the other from the northernmost islands of Scotland. We bring our varied experiences to the table, creating music with subtle flavours of vintage British Isles folk, Baroque, and Celtic.

Fingerstyle guitar delicately woven with soothing vocals, we sing our own poetry that is both modern and reflective, whilst giving a nod to more formal, traditional stylings. We are dedicated to crafting a crisp, elegant interpretation of lo-fi simplicity, always allowing the organic SOMETHING that happens when people just. do. music.
We handcraft our calendar with unique, welcoming venues and inclusive gathering places that are actively serving their communities in special ways. We savour each process of our music. From the first line of poetry written, melody sewn together, all the way to selecting new spaces to share our words and notes, we live for the creation of connection.

"...we have learned not to
read the directions
lose our way to
our view
all you needed is
all you can't buy
come you.
find us..."

-© 2018 Triflemore, "Come You"



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Thomas Park

Much could be said about this e.p.-- but mainly I wanted to mention its soulful qualities. A genuine connection between the two artists comes through clearly. While listening, I thought to myself-- this really is the kind of music that today's music scene is missing-- it's like coming across a place you thought had vanished altogether.

And finding that, luckily, it hasn't.