Green and Grey, the second album from New York based Canadian cellist and composer Julia Kent, originally released in 2011, is being reissued on vinyl for the first time later this month. With nature and its power as a central reference, Green and Grey “explores the intersections between the human world and the natural world, the melding of the technological and the organic”, as the press release explains. “It references the patterns and repetitions that exist in nature often mirrored in human creations and also the complexity and fragility of our relationships, with one another and with the world that surrounds us.”
Due out on November 29th though The Leaf Label as an expanded edition on double vinyl, Green and Grey also features her 2010’s Last Day in July EP and two previously unreleased tracks. The beautiful and lush ‘Salt Point’ is one of the two tracks and is being offered with a befitting video by Jola Kudela. Speaking about the track, Julia said “it was inspired by the landscape of the Hudson Valley in upstate New York, which has a very particular, golden, glancing light, and a way of almost looking painted by the changing seasons”. Watch the video below.