It is fair to say that Lisa Gerard, first as part of the highly influential Dead Can Dance and then as the go-to artist for film scores from Gladiator to Dune, has more than secured her place in the annals of music history. But, clearly not one to rest on her laurels, she follows Burn, last year’s collaboration album with Dead Can Dance bandmate Jules Maxwell, with another collaboration with Marcello De Francisci in the form of a gorgeous soundscaping album, Exaudia

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