Lindsay Clark – Roses in the Sky

“Acoustic Indie Folk, so gentle, affectionate, with kind and sensual vocals -lindsay clark-, unobtrusive and fragile, like a web in forest more often. The atmosphere is light, harmonious and very lamp. (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Акустический Indie Folk, такой нежный, ласковый, с добрым и чувственным вокалом -Lindsay Clark-, ненавязчивый и хрупкий, словно паутинка в лесной чаще. Атмосфера лёгкая, гармоничная и очень ламповая.”

Artist said about this song:

"I wrote the song spontaneously one spring at a friends house in west Marin in California, between tour dates. It's a song about the purity and sacredness of desire. I was thinking about someone I loved but that wasn’t really reciprocal in the way I wanted, and about the beauty of desire itself – whether for a person, a dream or something else. Sometimes we're expected not to desire too much or too deeply, but I think longing can be beautiful for its own sake. It was spring and the song moves through all this pastoral imagery that is quintessential to California spring.

"Roses in the Sky" is the first single from Lindsay Clark's upcoming album, Carpe Noctem, out 6/24/22 with Audiosport Records. Carpe Noctem features William Tyler, Alela Diane, Sage Fisher (Dolphin Midwives), Alexis Mahler (Shook Twins) & Andy Rayborn (Paper Gates) and was engineered, co-produced, co-arranged with Jeremy Harris (Devendra Banhart/Vetiver), with additional engineering by Ryan Oxford (Y La Bamba) and Brandon Eggleston (Mountain Goats), out 6/24/22 with Audiosport Records (NL). She has also recently contributed vocals on Michael Hurley’s latest release, Time of the Foxgloves (No Quarter Records)."

Reviewed by Nagamag on May 3, 2022