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Requiem For The Faithful

Requiem For The Faithful by ISQ buy album

ISQ

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

We All Bleed; Ode To Myself (Requiem Mix); In My Bed; Stone; At the Seams; Panic Room; L.A.S.; Orbit; Little Girl...; Paper Doll (Requiem Mix); Run To You; Loving A Stranger; Where Beauty Lives; Lost Where We Belong;

Personnel

ISQ
ISQ

band/orchestra

Irene Serra
Irene Serra

voice / vocals

Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler

bass, acoustic

Naadia Sheriff

synthesizer

Album Description

ISQ are a critically-acclaimed post-jazz/art pop quartet from London featuring Irene Serra (vocals - Wynton Marsalis, Norma Winstone, US3), Richard Sadler (double bass - founding member of the Neil Cowley Trio), Naadia Sheriff (piano - Yazz Ahmed, Hermeto Pascoal) and Chris Nickolls (drums - Andy Sheppard, Jean Touissant). Described as "EST with vocals", this crossover jazz outfit embrace “the song” as an improvisational framework to move into different – sometimes unexpected - sonic directions and moods. ISQ released their much-anticipated third album, “Requiem For The Faithful” in September 2019 and are currently touring around the UK. It is in a live setting that these musicians really show their jazz roots, expanding the framework of the songs and relishing in the musical spontaneity and interplay. Hear them when you get the chance.


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