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Lutine
April 18, 2016, 2:09 pm
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Lutine - White Flowers

Front & Follow present White Flowers, the debut album from Lutine. The album reflects a shared love of traditional folk and modern classical, distorted through a lens of medieval and baroque music, traditional Indian and Chinese music, dream/synth pop, minimalism, experimental music and 60s/70s folk. Both familiar and uncanny (inspired equally by Thomas Hardy and The Twilight Zone), Heather and Emma have produced a startling set of songs exploring classic themes in a unique and bewitching way.

Lutine Died of Love

Front and Follow present Died of Love a new collection from Lutine, featuring reinterpretations of their 2014 album White Flowers. Lutine combine vocal harmonies with delicate instrumentation on a mixture of original and traditional folk songs. Their debut album ‘White Flowers’ was released in 2014 through Front & Follow. Lutine are Heather Minor and Emma Morton, brought together by a shared love of traditional folk and modern classical, distorted through a lens of medieval and baroque music, traditional Indian and Chinese music, dream/synth pop, minimalism, experimental music and 60s/70s folk.

As featured ever so briefly in an excerpt on Episode 266 of The Golden Apples of the Sun

 

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