Release date: 04/28/2008
Genre: Indie Pop
The Occasional Keepers is an ongoing studio collaboration between songwriters Bobby Wratten (Field Mice, Trembling Blue Stars) and Carolyn Allen and Caesar (The Wake).
Their second album True North was recorded and produced by the Keepers with Ian Catt (St Etienne) in London during February of 2008. Guest musician Beth Arzy (Aberdeen, Trembling Blue Stars) features on The Life of the Fields. Retaining plenty of acoustic, reflective elements from the first album, this release adds experimental, song-based pop flourishes to captivating effect.
1. If The Ravens Leave
2. The Cricket Laced Midnight
3. Town of 85 Lights
4. Leave the Secret There Forever
5. The Life of the Fields
6. Factory Records
7. I've Realized
8. Snow and Feathers
10. A Distant Piano on a Foggy Night
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