A new full length-album from G.S. Schray arrives March 5th on Last Resort.
We’ve been closely following Akron musician G.S. Schray ever since his album Gabriel was released back in 2017 on UK label Last Resort. Floating somewhere between new age, ambient, and dub, the album became an instant favorite at the In Sheep’s Clothing listening bar and was the soundtrack to many mornings as well as late nights.
Schray’s latest solo album, The Changing Account, comes highly anticipated. Though the instrumentation is similar to his last two works, the mood here feels a bit more somber and reflective. The melodies stretch, morph, and seem to occupy a deeper space, recalling the best moments of Talk Talk’s later works. The album comes with this message:
“One of life’s most difficult arts is learning to let go. You can try to cling to control in the face of a turbulent world, but the only constant we can count on is change—the tendrils of cleansing fire wiping away the old, new life springing forth from the dust and ash. So what’s the point? Give yourself over to the depths. Surrender to the flow.”
Last Resort releases have quickly become buy-on-sight for many fans and collectors. A copy of Schray’s last album First Appearance is currently for sale on Discogs for $118.06… We highly recommend securing a pre-order of this one as it’s sure to go fast.
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