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Where the Streets Lead

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about

Where the Streets Lead is the new album from Slowly Rolling Camera, following on from their acclaimed 2018 album, Juniper. Colliding the worlds of jazz, trip-hop and cinematic soundscapes, their music blends strong melodies, big grooves and surprising turns of phrase, infused with expansive emotional gravitas. With this album, recorded throughout 2020, the music takes on a greater scale which includes an 8-piece string section and a list of world-class guests including Mark Lockheart, Jasper Høiby, Verneri Pohjola, Chris Potter and Sachal Vasandani, as well as the band’s regular guitarist Stuart McCallum.

This is an album about opportunity, about embracing unknowns and seeing what life throws at you. It’s a reflection on searching for balance, a sense of purpose and identity in everyday life. For the core group of Dave Stapleton, Deri Roberts and Elliot Bennett, it’s a unified take on the journey and the influences that have shaped them all individually and as a collective.

Where the Streets Lead is emphatic in its purpose to communicate the joy of collaboration and to communicate through an audio-sensory landscape their vision of the world. There is a boldness and simplicity in its conception balanced with the attention to detail in its production. With Juniper, their new pathway was set. Where the Streets Lead, is a natural progression and development of the bands’ exploration.

credits

released July 23, 2021

Dave Stapleton Fender Rhodes, Piano, Prophet, Moog
Elliot Bennett Drums
Deri Roberts Sound Design & Production

Mark Lockheart Soprano and Tenor Saxophone
Stuart McCallum Guitar
Jasper Høiby Double Bass
Verneri Pohjola Trumpet
Chris Potter Tenor Saxophone (The Afternoon of Human Life)
Sachal Vasandani Vocals

Jon Visanji violin
Jenni Curiel violin
James Toll violin
Victoria Stapleton violin
Linda Kidwell viola
Rob Tuson viola
Phil Daish-Handy cello
Lionel Handy cello

String arrangements by Dave Stapleton

Recorded remotely at various locations

Vocals on Illuminate recorded at Sear Studios, NYC on Sunday 17th January 2021 by Jeremy Loucas
Strings recorded by Andy Allan at Turner Sims, Southampton in August 2020

Mixed by Deri Roberts in January and February 2021
Mastered by Donal Whelan at Hafod Mastering in Feb 2021

Photography by Dave Stapleton
Artwork by Oli Bentley, Split Design

All music by Dave Stapleton except Illuminate by Dave Stapleton and Sachal Vasandani
Lyrics on Illuminate by Sachal Vasandani

All music published by E2 Music Publishing

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New Album - Juniper - out 6th July

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