TUNE UrbanFarmHand - Moving Around feat. Bella Hardy
UrbanFarmHand Moving Around Feat. Bella Hardy
'Moving Around' was the first time UrbanFarmHand met Bella Hardy, outside of getting drunk, and they both turned up a little nervous to the studio. It went well and they went on to make an album together: ‘With the Dawn’ released on Noe Records to some lovely things in the press.
“Nothing short of a masterpiece” The Sunday Times
Proudly presenting the second single from UrbanFarmHand, released on newly formed, Piggery Records – 'Moving Around' is simultaneously a nod of respect to Aaron Copeland and the magnificent Forth Rail Bridge. The song itself was written on a journey over the FRB whilst FarmHandBen was studying for a masters in Composition for the Screen.
“The FRB sped me into and out of civilisation from the safety of N.E.Fife and Aaron Copeland was the starting point to many an idea that year.”
This record in particular has a cinematic, open plains feel as it travels through Prog-Folk into an Electro-Barn Dance and finally landing at the oft cited destination Space-Pop.
UrbanFarmHand have hung around for a while causing upset and indifference. There were 3 of them a while ago but the others slowly drifted away. One set sail for Nova Scotia in good ol’ time Scottish fashion, whilst the other floated inexorably toward academia, leaving one man to swim unguided, alone.