“Heaving” is a song built around delicacy and strangeness. Sonic shards and threads are woven together to make a pattern that is both beautiful and not quite right, which draws the listener into its beguiling and slightly off-beat world.

It is an approach put to good use by everyone from Kate Bush and Laurie Anderson to…

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