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Quiet Houses ‘Pool’ : Move you in the most delectable innocence.

Quiet Houses

Funny and melancholy in equal measure, the song tells the story of a child growing up with an alcoholic father. With their vivid and quirky observations Quiet Houses draw you into the world of the child. Sadly the duo didn’t have to look far for inspiration for this track as alcoholism is an issue that affects so many in this country. The song is wistful and swinging, and its bittersweet chorus will stay with you long after the song has finished.

Hannah Elliott and Jamie Stewart together make Quiet Houses move you in the most delectable innocence.

The song was produced by up and coming Manchester producer Karl Ziegler, in his cosy home studio. It features Jacob Bentley on bass and Kieran Murphy on drums. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic Hannah recorded the lead vocal at her family home in Edinburgh and the final mixing sessions took place remotely.

The duo are currently working on their debut album, set for release next year.

After forming in early 2018, the pair started writing songs rooted in the wistful folk sound-world of Laura Marling and Fleet Foxes and the quirky lyricism of indie songwriters Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile.

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