Go look through all of Tor Lundvall’s album covers right now and tell me you wouldn’t like to go to those places pictured. They’re all serene, picturesque, takes on nature – places where you can tell it’s not too hot and it’s not too cold, either – it’s just right.Â The Park has you sit next to that man on the bench, on a hill where the dew has yet to dry and the sun has yet to fully reveal itself. Lundvall creates this ambient wonderland onÂ The Park that can whisk you away, no matter where you may be or what you’re doing. There’s even field recordings of cicadas, birds, the drone of a crickets(?) and even the squeals of what might be children (?) among this that will aid in your psychic teleportation to this mellow park.Â Lundvall’s park is very pretty, and ominous, and it’s definitely somewhere I’d like to go to. If you loved Broken Social Scene’s Feel Good Lost, I STRONGLY advise you to give this a try. Check out a preview ofÂ The Park by going through the EU buy link below and see what you think of it. Cheers!
In 2012, ambient composer Tor Lundvall and Dais Records presented his second instrumental masterpiece entitled The Shipyard (2006â€™s Empty City being the first). After its release and universal praise, Lundvall had confided that there was a third instrumental album nearing completion entitled The Park.
Fostering his natural habitat of the wooded landscapes of Eastern Long Island, Lundvall again set about capturing his portrait studies and composing a lurid and abstract soundtrack to accompany his source of inspiration.
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