Husk

Husk

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Husk is an album of ten songs written by Hope Littwin. It is a personal, post-apocalyptic emotional transformation, which closely mirrors the transformation/life cycle of a moth. "I wrote these songs in a folk/country style to pay homage to my musical roots."  —HL

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Husk is an album of songs written by Hope Littwin. It is a personal, post-apocalyptic emotional transformation, which closely mirrors the transformation/life cycle of a moth.

"I wrote these songs in a folk/country style to pay homage to my musical roots."  – Hope Littwin

All songs written by Hope Littwin.
Guitar, Piano, Vocals: Hope Littwin
Drums: Alex Atchley
Bass: Matthew Salvatore Coglianese
Violin: Mallory Linehan

Recorded by James Teitelbaum at Tribeca Flashpoint. Overdubs and tracks 9 and 10 recorded by Caleb Gray. Mixed by Caleb Gray and Robert Littwin. Produced by: Hope and Robert Littwin.

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Husk is an album of songs written by Hope Littwin. It is a personal, post-apocalyptic emotional transformation, which closely mirrors the transformation/life cycle of a moth.

"I wrote these songs in a folk/country style to pay homage to my musical roots."  – Hope Littwin

Husk: (n) The hardened protective layers that shelter a gelatinous being for the duration of his/her metamorphosis. (adj) A quality of vocal production that is granulated, raw and worn from excessive misadventures. Moth: (n) Nature's most incredible metamorphosizer. (n) A winged, nocturnal messenger from the spirit world that navigates not by sight but by inner knowing.

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