Não há música sem silêncios, já é um dado adquirido. Nick Murphy coloca som fino e frágil nos espaços que encontra para romper esse silêncio. “Music For Silence” surge de surpresa e sem grande pompa e circunstância – quem diria que Chet em Murphy se tornasse quase tão mudo no que toca às luzes dos media – e lança o seu segundo álbum em nome próprio nem um ano depois de Run Fast Sleep Naked.

Na verdade, Music for Silence estava já disponível em exclusivo na app meditativa Calm rompendo agora essa fronteira e estando acessível a todos.

Sobre o disco Nick Murphy abre-se e conta, num post de instagram, que:

This record was deeply cathartic process for me. I was in a really bad place with myself. I thought id broken something inside my chest and all I wanted to do was get as far away from everything as possible. It felt like a split stone. I found an old empty church and slept there for a week with a piano and the pigeons in the rafters. I played all day each day and recorded all of it. I didn’t have the words but my hands and that space helped me work it out. Like kneading dough. These recordings healed me and I wanted to share them in the hope some of that healing might pass on to a listener. Everything is so dense these days Its important to take some spiritual rest when you can.

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Music For Silence Is out everywhere now Link in bio This record was deeply cathartic process for me. I was in a really bad place with myself. I thought id broken something inside my chest and all I wanted to do was get as far away from everything as possible. It felt like a split stone. I found an old empty church and slept there for a week with a piano and the pigeons in the rafters. I played all day each day and recorded all of it. I didn’t have the words but my hands and that space helped me work it out. Like kneading dough. These recordings healed me and I wanted to share them in the hope some of that healing might pass on to a listener. Everything is so dense these days Its important to take some spiritual rest when you can.

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