Clearly a labour of love, and a true alternative to the music you’re spoonfed every day, Russell Suereth’s new album ‘Spiritual Haven’ is a real eye opener. As the title suggests, the tracks on the album are drawn from spiritual inspiration, an approach which clearly fires the creative side of Suereth’s personality.
Tracks such as the one above don’t really conform to any particular genre other than being gentle, meditative works of art. From there, each piece is strong together into a whole sequence, specifically ordered to tell the listener a tale while not uttering a word.
It’s ambitious sure, and different. But it works.