Antidote

by Amy Duncan

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released April 7, 2017

Lawrie Macmillan - Bass guitar
Fiona Rutherford - Harp
Sue McKenzie - Saxophone
Liam Bradley - Drums and percussion
Amy Duncan - Vocals, Keyboard, Guitars, Field Recordings, double bass (7)

Produced by Amy Duncan
Mixed & mastered by Calum Malcolm

Most of this album was recorded at home by Amy, with field recordings taken from around Edinburgh city. Drums were recorded at ‘The Seclusary” by Paul Casey and harp recorded by Calum Malcolm at his studio.

Cover photo by Steven Cook / make-up by Gillian Johnston from Oliver Samuel Photography. The coat worn is faux fur.

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Amy Duncan Edinburgh, UK

Singer/songwriter with elements of pop folk. Emotive songwriting conveyed through pure and honest vocals.

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Track Name: The Severed Head
Can you see the bag I’m carrying around with me
It has a severed head inside and it’s so heavy
I’m looking for a place to bury it, to bury it
Where no-one will ever find it, they’ll never find it

I’ll dig a hole in the soil, the soil
Oh the toil, the toil
I’ll dig a hole in the soil, the soil
Oh the toil, the toil

But I can never dig a hole far enough down
I fear the shallow grave will one day be found
Someone will come along and dig it up again
And I will have to face the severed head my old friend

So I will make a fire, a fire
Oh I tire, I tire
I will make a fire, a fire
Oh I tire, I tire

In the field where I stand
Make a fire with my hands
It will leave a mark on the land
Like a bruise on the face of a woman