Musically and emotionally, Superpitcher’s third full-length studio album, The Golden Ravedays is a one sound autobiography that exhibits the skill, feeling and style that the artist has honed over a period of twenty years, musically, and forty-plus-years, emotionally.
Side A features Hiding.
Imagine galloping sea horses pulling a Christmas chariot filled with dreams-come-true past enchanting mermaids, smiling sharks, waving tortoises and nonplused eels, leaving a gifted blanket of mystical sound in their wake.
Hiding stretches and breaks into many layers of listening love without enforcing one particular sound.
Side B features Flying.
The piece is occupied by a subaquatic melody colored by whale sounds and the echoes of immersed guitar strings.
Flying is not about complex development or diversity but the weightless drifting of sounds that create a wonderfully hazy cloud to lose oneself in and fly, deliciously with the dolphins.
Rest assure, the ending is be speckled with whimsical chimes showers, paving the way for the softest of landings