The album’s sonic landscape is completely its own. Recorded in a renovated church during a windstorm, with members of Mount Eerie serving as her backing band, Bury Me Into the Mtn is an album that stops you in your tracks. From the big backing vocals of the album’s opener to its methodically sparse closing track, she creates a musical narrative that doesn’t release its listener until the whole tale has been told. Eleanor Murray has spent the last seven years playing and recording music out of the northwest part of the United States. Her five albums and hundreds of live shows have established her as a prolific force in indie folk music, while along the way gathering a dedicated fan base and sharing the stage with artists such as Tune-yards, Mountain Man, and Kimya Dawson. Her albums have spanned a wide range of material – from the firm folk roots of her 2008 debut album For Cedar, to the more unhinged and foreboding work explored on 2010′s Oh Thunder and 2011′s Thunderling.
Her side projects extend this range even further, with the haunting post rock of AANTARCTICAA and the bluegrass swing of Tattered Dress. Since her debut album in 2008, Eleanor Murray has been making music that refuses to repeat itself. Her music has spanned from sweet folk ballads to raucous marches, while never feeling forced. It’s the sound of a sincere artist ever-evolving, never slowing down, always growing. Her signature voice, incomparable to any other, remains true throughout.
Regardless of genre classifications, Eleanor Murray creates music that is always recognizable as uniquely her own. For more info, please visit http://eleanormurray.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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