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Following the release of last years critically acclaimed 9 Classic Tracks, Melbourne-based, Kiwi-spawned, Sarah Mary Chadwick is back with her fourth solo album Roses Always Die due out on August 5 via Rice Is Nice.
Roses Always Die sees Chadwick expand on the quiet intensity of her previous work, exploring memory, grief and personal analysis in a way that few songwriters are capable of.
'Makin' It Work', the first track to be lifted, is an affecting sparse affair, replacing the wall-of-synths found in 9 Classic Tracks with an analogue organ which was recorded by Geoffrey O’Connor (solo, Crayon Fields) in Chadwick's own living room.