The Arboretum Sessions

by Hawthorn

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Captured live in the Arnold Arboretum, Hawthorn's first record offers enchanting vocals layered over birdsong, cicadas, and a single guitar. Original and traditional folksongs invite the listener to a fall morning amongst the trees, where timeless music is shared simply and joyously.

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released October 21, 2016

Taylor Holland: vocals, guitar, songwriting (BMI), arranging
Heather Scott: vocals, arranging
Jacob Rosati: recording and mastering
Crystal Wegner: illustration
Sophie Greenspan: lettering
David Kinchen: photography

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Hawthorn Boston, Massachusetts

The women of Hawthorn weave melodic layers into harmonies pulled from traditional folk roots. Their mutual love of the natural world, storytelling, and community moves them to create music colored by both external and internal landscapes. Through the meeting of Hawthorn's individual experiences emerge magical blends of sound that are passionately full: of vibrancy, of heart, of strength. ... more

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Track Name: Underground
I want to stay down beneath my feet
Underground, ground, ground, underground
And you will see the best parts of me
When the rest stays buried underground

Roots above my head
Send the sunlight softly
Into me, into me underground
And I will send a sprout
To catch the falling raindrops
And then I'll drink them all underground

I want to stay down beneath my feet
Underground, ground, ground, underground
And you will see the best parts of me
When the rest stays buried underground

Up in the air I'm dry
Overexposed, never enough
I like the earth that holds me
I like the soil that molds me
Keeping me alive underground

I want to stay down beneath my feet
Underground, ground, ground, underground
And you will see the best parts of me
When the rest stays buried underground