The FloatingHouse It's supposed to be noisy. Pushy. You should be yelling for at the bartender for a drink. But you're not. Somehow, in the midst of what should be a chaotic crowd, no one is saying a word. At first you think it's silent, then, you realize you are encountering a music that you've never heard before. You try to place it--then something inside you releases, and you sit there, and simply listen. As you look around, you discover you are not alone. Welcome to The FloatingHouse. Their music is a deceptive blend that at times seems lilting and soft, while at others fierce and powerful enough to crush bone. Their CD 'Our World' has been described as dream folk, new age, gothic, and alternative. Whatever you think, enjoy. Track notes: The FloatingHouse is honored to have 'Little Girl and Little Boy' and 'Watashi no Sekai' adopted by the American Society of Hiroshima-Nagasaki A-Bomb Survivors as their official 'Songs of Peace.' 'That song is my peace message.'--Kaz Suyeishi, Director of the American Society of Hiroshima-Nagasaki A-Bomb Survivors, referring to 'Watashi no Sekai.' AMG expert review: 'the FloatingHouse's 'Train' features vocals by Naomi Weiss that come pretty damn close to sounding like British folk-rock great Sandy Denny, in both tone and delivery.' ~ Richie Unterberger.
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