Their latest release, which came out last week, opens with and instrumental piece, The One Hundred Hills, which you can listen to below. Normally I don't post up instrumentals, but this one begs to be listened to. It blends the incongruous notes of a tinkling xylophone and a wailing trumpet masterfully. Going deeper into the album will reveal pieces that focus as much on the instrumental aspects of the music as much as the lyrical / vocal content. You'll feel as if you're sleepwalking through a melancholy etherealness that washes over you with the lightest of ambient strokes. Harmonious vocals, such as in We Loved The City Years, only supplement the already audibly satisfying melodies. Enjoy the following keeping in mind they are only part of ten tracks that meld into one musical statement.
Morning Recordings - The One Hundred Hills : The Welcome Kinetic
Morning Recordings - We Loved The City Years : The Welcome Kinetic
and one from their first album:
Morning Recordings - Can't Help Fading Away : Music For Places
Melochrome - An Afterthought : This Is Motion