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PREMIERE // Sailing Stones ‘Comfort’ : Wants and desires, mastered in the sliver of satisfaction and guilt.

Sailing Stones

Taken from Sailing Stones’ upcoming album ‘Polymnia (April 24th), the enigmatically proficient artist offers up a piece-of-mind circling vibes of goodness a lyrically laced single ‘Comfort’. From uncertainty and angst, the longing heart the eyes of the little girl or boy, reach out in growing maturity. A song of wants and desires, mastered in the sliver of satisfaction and guilt.

Beautifully arranged, singer/songwriter Jenny Lindfors, helps us hinge our deepest thoughts and brings them to a gentle boil, of bubbling pathogens in suppositions and emotional livelihoods. With a willowy wisp of delight and lip biting uneasiness balance in a shimmering glance through the vocal tidings of artist.

As Jenny elaborated further: “This song is about that crutch in life that instantaneously takes the pain away, but leaves you feeling worse off for it in the long run. We all have it..”

Drawing on classic 70s songwriter influences, much like last year’s ‘Titanic Rising’ by Weyes Blood and the ornamental pop of Julia Holter’s ‘Have You In My Wilderness’, Jenny is a restless songwriter, but she is an auteur of her vision. Ranging from glossy pop to more experimental production, Sailing Stones skillfully brings her 70s songwriting influences into new ambitious territories, the upcoming album shows the vastness of her skills as a teller of tales and supporter of our often frail human sentiments.

A glance of understanding is where Jenny’s project shines. And with this sword of words, defending against the dragon of miscreant maleficence, Jenny smiles at our forms and offers hope and guidance.

Take heart, Jenny protests. “We can certainly make it.”


She goes on a 7 date UK tour across London, Manchester, Bristol, Brighton, etc has now been rescheduled to September ( )


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