These six songs have an economy of expression, the spaces between the words as important as the words themselves - imagine the spacious layering of Grizzly Bear, the bedroom intimacy of C Duncan or the delicate weightiness of Jeff Buckley set adrift down a river & you'll be on the right path.
While 'Impermanence' is Peter Silberman’s first solo album, it could easily be thought of as a continuation of the emotional-spiritual odyssey begun through his work in The Antlers over the past decade but opens up the trio's vision. Together with Nicholas Principe of Port St. Willow, they carved out a sacred sonic space, elongating the distance between notes, between chords, utilizing minimal arrangements to allow breathing room.
- New York
- Gone Beyond