Ratings and Reviews
Buy it. The songs are beautifully sung, the soft acoustic tone is emotionally provoking, and the lyrics are simply wonderful. I can't listen to it enough. Music is my Mistress, The Black Tree and Swerve would be my favourites, with a nod to the amusing I Am For Real. But really, the enitre EP is great, well worth the price.
Came here via Tim Hart's Milling in the Wind album. What a treasure I've uncovered... worth every cent. Great songs that stir emotions. Looking forward to hearing some of this live later this month. Highly recommended.
About Stu Larsen
An Aussie singer/songwriter with a breezy, folk-pop agenda and a wild streak of wanderlust, Stu Larsen grew up in a small rural community in Queensland. Around 2010 he decided that he wanted to not only see the world, but to experience it as authentically as he could, so he packed his bags and joined friend and fellow musician Mike Rosenberg, better known by his stage name Passenger, and adopted the nomadic lifestyle that would inform the songs on his aptly named debut record, the Nettwerk-issued Vagabond. The LP, which was produced by Rosenberg and included the hit "Thirteen Sad Farewells," launched Larsen on an unending tour that included shows and layovers in North America, Asia, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. After the tour Larsen continued to roam, sculpting what would eventually be the tracks for his sophomore outing via distant locales that included a cottage in Scotland, an apartment in Spain, and an army bunker back in Australia. He eventually decamped to Rosenberg's studio in Brighton, England with longtime friend and fellow singer/songwriter Luke Thompson to lay down some demos. In 2016 he released one of those demos, "By the River," with the full-length Resolute arriving the following year. ~ James Christopher Monger
- Queensland, Australia