[Cover photo credit to Myles Katherine]
Clark comments on the significance of the single for her:
‘Roses in the Sky’ is a song about the purity of longing and desire. I was wanting to move out of a place of shame for desiring something that wasn’t really reciprocal, but felt strongly about the beauty of desire itself – whether a person, a dream, or something else. Desire and longing show us what’s meaningful to us and how beautiful that can be just on it’s own, in the anticipation. I wrote the song spontaneously in early spring at a friends house in West Marin, California, in-between tour dates.
Lindsay Clark finds balance between traditional Folk, English Folk, Country, and her own version of experimental Folk and has a Classical upbringing which builds on a style of self-taught fingerpicking. Originally from the small gold rush town of Nevada City, CA, she now resides in Portland, OR. She has shared the stage with musicians such as Alela Diane, Nat Baldwin (Dirty Projectors), Adam Torres, Ryan Francesconi (Joanna Newsom), Laura Gibson, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Michael Hurley.
Her forthcoming album features William Tyler, Alela Diane, Sage Fisher (Dolphin Midwives), Alexis Mahler (Shook Twins) & Andy Rayborn (Paper Gates) and was engineered, co-produced, co-arranged with Jeremy Harris (Devendra Banhart/Vetiver), with additional engineering by Ryan Oxford (Y La Bamba) and Brandon Eggleston (Mountain Goats).