Album Of The Week: Tulalah – The Question



Following the success of their debut album “The Flood,” which drew support from tastemakers including Gilles Peterson, Kev Beadle, Toshio Matsuura, Jon Oliver and Jazzanova, Tulalah returns with “The Question.”

The Melbourne-based band continues to weave their broad influences into a unique brand of “Orchestral Folk” with a distinctive Australian sound. The new album explores the idea of being truly content with letting go of something you care about.

Like their first album, ‘The Question’ should be enjoyed much like your favourite glass of wine, slowly and with a knowing quiet confidence that you are experiencing something to be savoured.

Hypnotic and deeply immersive Tulalah’s second album draws upon the strengths of its predecessor, setting out to create an album that is both beautiful and all-encompassing, while still encouraging the listener to be reflective.

“The Question” was recorded in many spaces throughout Victoria including a family beach house in Blairgowrie and several churches within Melbourne.

Lovely album, I could listen to this forever.          

CF Smith

Write for Music Is My Sanctuary & Stereofox.

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