Earlier this summer, Mary Lattimore announced the release of a new album entitled Silver Ladders, following her acclaimed 2018 Hundreds of Days. The record came to life with the help of Slowdive’s Neil Halstead, whom she met at one of her festival appearances. The LA-based experimental composer and harpist had previously shared the sublime ‘Sometimes He’s In My Dreams’, and she is enticing us again with new single ‘Pine Trees’. Lattimore had this to say about it:
“Pine Trees is named after a quiet cluster of trees by the sea on the island of Hvar in Croatia. This song was created in Los Angeles at home, but crystallized in the studio with Neil’s help, where he took away layers of the demo that felt unnecessary, bringing out other layers to the front that had been hidden. This song feels like a testament to his producing in that, through more objective listening, a subtler light could shine through that I hadn’t seen in it before.”
Listen to ‘Pine Trees’ below an grab the album when it’s out on October 9th through Ghostly International.