Track premiere: Cameron Blake “After Sally”

Michigan based Cameron Blake has his new album “Fear Not” coming out on November 17th – with an ensemble of nearly 50 musicians, he deals with a variety of subjects including the Tiananmen Square protests, Baltimore race riots and this track which we’re premiering this morning. Cameron says of the track: “After Sally is about the effect a trauma (loss of a child) can have on a relationship. I had some friends who went through this recently. I noticed that they both grieved differently as individuals but were forced by the situation to grieve together. I imagine it was a difficult dance between selflessness and self-care.”

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Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield has been the Editor of Americana UK for the last 17 years, although if you go to his Twitter feed it's just one long list of all the things he loves about Jeremy Corbyn, which is irritating. Also likes astronauts.

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