Naviar shared a nice haiku this week, so I was keen to write a track for it. It's been a bit hectic though, so this is a bit of a rush job.
The image I've embedded with the track is a detail from my friend Casey Anker's installation at the RE//CONSTRUCTING exhibition, which my partner is also exhibiting work in.
So I've been back to Wagga Wagga again and was tempted to offer a field recording, then decided to use it as atmosphere for the chords I'd been strumming.
My guitar playing isn't very good but I like the way the parts drift, as though it really is a band playing this song. I also like the way it develops from a minor key to a more major one.
Labels: Naviar haiku