Lewis & Clarke excel in small moments: the slow splash of a cymbal, the delicate ripple of a guitar, the soft swaying of a violin. They’re the kind of little details that would feel too formal or too precious in other hands — whispers without shape or nuance. But throughout Triumverate, they feel mysterious, tiny clues pointing the way to a larger mystery. Lou Rogai has the rich, wise voice of a seasoned storyteller, and the songs on Triuverate feel like parables passed down through the ages: impressionist poetry that double as sage advice, each of them uniquely, quietly wonderful — carefully crafted and masterfully executed. Its an album of peace and beauty.
[Triumvirate will be available tomorrow on La Société Expéditionnaire]