EP review.
Artist : Camille Barr.
Title : Living in a world of silence

Poet Camille Barr is The Last Folksinger. Camille is an Australian of French and Welsh origin. “The family story,” she tells me, “is I have a relation from the 1830s who was transported from Wales to New South Wales for sheep stealing!”

Camille’s grandfather moved from France to Australia in the 1950s. So from two countries of song, Wales and France, and Camille was born with the genes of music.

Her music is angelic Celtic folk, alternative chamber music, and indie pop with strong hints of medieval hues of a folk-soundscape. At other junctures, haunting pianos and fierce vocals carry 'Living In A World Of Silence' into dark, foreboding territory that is strangely alluring. Camille’s performance is poetry, beyond the craft of usual song writing. She deserves a wide audience.

The EP Living in a World of Silence is available on Spotify. and https://ffm.to/livinginaworldofsilenceep

Details are as below:

Living in a world of silence EP – RELEASE

Track Listing

1|A little gypsy song

2|…Because I was born a girl

3|Time passing by

4|Song Four

5|Never-ending story

All songs written by Camille Barr

Produced and mixed by Sefi Carmel

Sound engineers

Lucas James

Errol Green

Website – www.thelastfolksinger.com Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/thelastfolksinger/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/thelastfolksinger/

John Eliot

Poetry collections:

Ssh 2014, Don’t Go 2016, Turn On the Dark 2018, Friday Night Songs Italian version 2020, (All Mosaique Press.)