Download “A Thousand Blended Notes”: new ambient At Work album—spring listening only

April 8, 2016
At Work - "A Thousand Blended Notes" - PATH20

For Spring

At Work returns with the 8th release, fourth album and first release in four years.

This is an album intended for early spring listening.

It may be best experienced alone, perhaps on walks; from the first sign of spring to when that fresh spring green in the leaves turns to a more mature green.

Then put it away till the early part of the season repeats again.

All lines written, programmed, and produced mostly in early spring over each of the last eight years.

Released today.

Note: No beats.

At Work ● A Thousand Blended Notes

At Work - "A Very Slow Collapse" - PATH20
01 The Air
02 Every Flower
03 Seemed
04 All I Can
05 Sate
06 The Least Motion
07 Twigs Spread
08 Fair Works

Further Data:

Catalog Number: PATH20
Formats: MP3 V0, MP3 320, FLAC, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, ALAC, WAV, AIFF
Released: April 8, 2016
Total Time: 00:37:54
Photography: At Work
Design: Nice Looking Designs

$7 - Buy Digital from Bandcamp

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