From the depths of a mind, full of ecstasy and knowledge, Carey Clayton’s hefty ensembles of notes and parlance, dance with fervor within ‘Ladders’.
Charming and reliant, ‘Ladders’ is a complex emotive effervescence, where Carey’s career and insights, perturb with Radiohead-like grit and mystery.
‘Ladders’ was originally inspired by stop motion animators’ Stephen and Timothy Quay short film, ‘The Comb’.
“‘Ladders” invokes a world mazed in confounding choices. The chorus singing “Burn the ladder” speaks to the trap of upward advancement in modern society, and explores exits to the vertical advancement narrative.”
Glorious and subterranean, ‘Ladders’ is a point of good vibes, layered in the realities of the world that surround.
The gentle twist of aroma, continues.