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As both Sixpence None the Richer’s lead vocalist and as a solo artist, Leigh Nash has long proven herself an artist of nuanced charm and natural elegance. Fauxliage teams her with Canadian ambient popsters Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber (of Delerium renown) for a set of richly-textured, lyrically-bittersweet tracks. She muses her way through the album like a French film ingenue, at once vulnerable and slightly distant. Her hushed expressions of disappointment and regret are surrounded by quivering keyboards and pulsating beats in songs like “All the World,” ”Draw My Life” and “All Alone.” Though a lighter mood pervades “Someday the Wind,” the melancholy of “Let it Go” is more typical. With the notable exception of “Rafe” (a song of comfort written for a seriously ill cousin), Nash’s lyrics mostly deal with troubled relationships and free-floating angst. Leeb and Fulber come through with an agreeable pastiche of acoustic pop, mentholated British techno and (on the woozy-but-funky instrumental “Vibing”) ‘70s soul-jazz. A small-scale yet appealing release, Fauxliage delivers cool and insinuating sounds with a persistent pang of heartache.

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I wonder if you..

At first this album sounded uninspired and boring to me, but after a few more listens.. the harmonies and ambient sounds sunk in. There's a perfect blend of electronica and acoustic instruments. I'm still warming up to some songs, but at the moment "All The World" and "Let It Go" (Let It Go, especially) have become two of my favorites songs. Leigh's harmonies are SPECTACULAR in Let It Go, I never even knew she could sing so high, or so low. "Magic" and "Vibing" are two mostly instrumental tracks that I thought I wouldn't like much ('cause the whole reason my ears even perked to this collaboration was because of Leigh Nash) but they're actually pretty cool songs. I'd say the only tracks that I haven't really gotten into are "Draw My Life" and "Rafe" (or the remixes, haha..) but we'll see! I'd say this album is pretty worth it, and I hope for more in the future! ..and more songs like Let It Go!

I Love This Album!

From the first listen, this album grabs hold of you and takes you to a new place. These artists have come together from different parts of the music world to put out a wonderful sound... This is a must have!

I am hypnotized by Fauxliage and secretly in love with Leigh for years

I am mesmerized by this collection. Leigh, I have followed you since your Sixpence days playing at Judson College in Elgin, IL and various Summer Christian Festivals. You have always captured me with your ethereal voice and pure innocence. I know the Lord is your inspiration and although Fauxliage is not necessarily Christian, the themes and messages are positive and truly inspiring. I cannot stop listening to this wonderful heavenly music. It keeps developing into something deeper and deeper. I am somewhat new to Leeb and Fulber, but did download the Innocente track a while back while tracking down Leigh Nash. I have now grabbed a couple Delerium collections because of this new formation. Love the name Fauxliage - perfect for the season!

Biography

Genre: Pop/Rock

Years Active: '00s

In 2001 the Canadian ambient pop band Delerium (Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber), still reeling from the success of their Sarah McLachlan collaboration on the song "Silence," released Poem, an album on which every track had a guest vocalist. One of the contributors was Sixpence None the Richer's Leigh Nash, whose piece, "Innocente," ended up being the record's single. Nash also added her vocals to two more songs on 2003's Chimera, "Orbit of Me" and "Run for It." This cemented the idea that a...
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