British-Luxembourgish singer-songwriter Claire Parsons releases her debut solo album on 29 May.
“In Geometry” (released by Double Moon records) is inspired by composition techniques that study geometrical forms and their impact on the theoretical and practical world of music. On the album, Parsons is joined by a band comprised of familiar musicians from the Luxemburg jazz scene (photo Eric Engel)
But the record does not just bear jazz influences, it features elements of folk, electro, pop, rock and even classical music. Check out lead track “No Shape”.
“In Geometry” is, says Delano’s Duncan Roberts, a “a record that flows neatly from one track into the next, providing the listener with time to become fully immersed in music that is luxurious and compelling.”