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Spotted: Kevin Kerrigan – The Lake

Today I’m introducing you to Kevin Kerrigan; an instrumental music artist from London, England. I came across his song The Lake a while ago, and I got curious about it!

Tell us something about The Lake!
One winter’s evening I switched off all the lights and stayed up all night playing the piano. This is something I do quite often (since I was a kid) but this time I decide to record it.  I would occasionally drift into semi-sleep, but keep playing..  By sunrise the album “The Moonlit Castle” was recorded,  and I went to bed. The Lake being one of the songs.

Tell us something about this latest release of yours! Is there a theme throughout the album/EP?
Iit’s about night time!  I wanted it to sound intimate and warm,  with soft, reflective tones and dreamlike feelings.  It’s quite thoughtful and melancholic I suppose too. None of this was planned really – it all came quite naturally due to how/when it was created.  The piano had the soft pedal down the whole time and was recorded with vintage ribbon mics which give a very soft, muted sound which is evocative of the fragile light of candles or dreamy moonlight.

Thank you for this song, and this amazing album of yours!

Make sure to check out these links for more information about Kevin Kerrigan!
Twitter / Spotify

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