A Grave With No Name
New song 'Wreath' is a plea for "a simpler, more considered way of living..."

A Grave With No Name is set to release new album 'Passover' on January 19th.

The songwriter - real name Alexander Shields - has built up an imposing, singular catalogue, one that thrives on new ideas and a rich sense of atmosphere.

New album 'Passover' finds the singer taking a forward step, with A Grave With No Name sharing haunting new track 'Wreath'.

Alexander Shields explains in the press note: "‘Wreath’ is an exploration of the relationship between humanity and the land which we inhabit. Whereas nature once provided mankind with a source of spirituality, education and sustenance, it has now been tamed, despoiled and commodified, and is used to justify the waging of wars, prejudice, and greed. The song asks for a moral awakening, and a return to a simpler, more considered way of living."

Tune in now.

Catch A Grave With No Name at London's Waiting Room on January 25th.

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