Floating Away (Sea Stacks Remix)

by The Lost Art

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Orchestral Indie group 'Sea Stacks' are an incredible act whom we were lucky enough to have as a support act for our first album album launch in Dec 2014. This remix by Davy Berryman - singer and writer for the group - is brilliant!

Check out Sea Stacks here: seastacks.bandcamp.com

lyrics

You can have it all and sit back for a while,
take the time to show that our love is alive.

So now you threw it all and there's nowhere to go,
no one left to call, nothing new to show.
Are we the nature of the dark and a soul for the blind,
when finally love is in our eyes?

How could you put me down and fail to see my face?
How could you leave me out and haunt me for the rest of our days…
floating away, floating away…

It's empty for your soul to bear nothing at all;
the curtains of our time will open for your eyes.
You could be a picture when time will disown you;
why not make a game up and have someone hold you?
Are we the nature of the dark and a soul for the blind,
when finally love is in our eyes?

How could you put me down and fail to see my face?
How could you leave me out and haunt me for the rest of our days…
floating away, floating away…

credits

released October 19, 2015
Track written by Gordo Francis & Greg Hooper

Guitars & Vocals: Gordo Francis & Greg Hooper
Percussion: Tim Hooper
Violin: Judith Hooper
Violin/Viola: Aliye Cornish
Bass Guitar: Greg Hooper
Double Bass: Rick Foot

Recorded at Evolution Studios 2014
Produced by Pete Hutchings
Mastering by Gordo Francis

with special thanks to:
Tim Lloyd, Nick Moorbath, Nicholas Hooper & Amy Ash

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The Lost Art Oxford, UK

Dynamic guitar/vocal songwriting duo of Gordo Francis & Greg Hooper - joined by Strings, percussion and bass.

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