Canadian West Coast chamber-pop band Morlove gathered together in a geodesic dome on Quadra Island, BC to record their latest full-length record, Old Tomorrow. Co-written by Corwin Fox and Miss Emily Brown, Old Tomorrow explores the theme of Pattern in an effort to reassemble a fragmented world view. String players Hannah Epperson (violin) and Christina Zaenker (cello) brought their creative intuition to the mix as well as dear friend and collaborator Manjinder Benning on tablas. Michael Millard filmed and edited the recording process.
The Roots of Love portrays the polarity between forces of light and dark on the microcosmic level of self and the macrocosmic level of the Universe. Drawing its inspiration from a Christ Hedges interview during Occupy NY and Freud's book Civilization and Its Discontents, The Roots of Love is an investigation of our deepest roots of love and destruction.
The Roots of Love can be downloaded for free today, February 14 2014, at morlove.bandcamp.com/track/the-roots-of-love. Send it as a gift or enjoy it for yourself. Happy Valentine, Valentine.