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Red Walk was one of the first release on Drifting Falling. It helps set the tone for the label going forward. The 6 track album vokes visions of dying autumn days and the last exhalation of summer, forgotten childhood memories captured on faded photographs.

Excerpt from Norman Records Review: “On the same label and not dissimilar we have Cheer with Red Walk. It instantly sounds more experimental with building sounds behind the finger picked acoustic guitar. The guitars Chime in a James Blackshaw style with many over dubbed guitar lines creating quite a hypnotic medieval trance like moment. Be good for ear phones this one as its got the stereo nicely working. No singing this time. The whole of Normans has just voiced its approval of this. He also uses his guitar to create ambient soundscapes. Very very nice indeed.”