Flotsam & Krill

by The Tender Fruit

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Flotsam & Krill was recorded in 2007 & 2010 in living rooms, by crackling fires and in the cold, grey hug of a Southern winter. It sings of a dying love, but finds beauty in the last gasps. With delicate harmonies, grungy guitars and sparse but sure-footed beats, Christy Smith explores the roots of a familiar story and makes the journey fresh.

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released 01 July 2010

Produced and recorded by Phil Cook, Justin Vernon & Christy Smith in 2007 & 2010. | Includes vocals and instrumentation by Christy Smith, Phil Cook, Justin Vernon & Staci Sawyer. | All songs written by Christy Smith. | Mastered by Nick Petersen | Album art by Adrienne Yancey

contact: thetenderfruit@gmail.com

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The Tender Fruit Durham, North Carolina

The Tender Fruit is the musical project of Christy Smith, a North Carolina native who grew up listening to gospel and doo- wap. She has since expanded her repertoire, but that mix of doddering hymns and swooshy, soft pop can still be found in the music of The Tender Fruit. ... more

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Track Name: Like All the Rest
If we fall in love, what will we sing about? If we're not unhappy with ourselves? We might get complacent. We might even make a place where we can sleep all through the night - without unease, and without bad dreams, and then we'll just be like all the rest of them.