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Preservation Music
Caethua: The Long Afternoon of Earth

Caethua is the recording project for songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clare Adrienne Cameron Hubbard, from the US Midwest. The Long Afternoon of Earth is a haunting album connected by themes of family, place, escape and remembrance. The lyrics describe worlds fashioned of dirt, snow, decaying metal and fire. All of these natural elements have been used to literally create “worlds” on the sleeve artwork. These rustic worlds overlap and layer on the sleeve, a metaphor for the album’s layered and textured music.

preservation.com.au

Preservation Music
Caethua: The Long Afternoon of Earth

Caethua is the recording project for songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clare Adrienne Cameron Hubbard, from the US Midwest. The Long Afternoon of Earth is a haunting album connected by themes of family, place, escape and remembrance. The lyrics describe worlds fashioned of dirt, snow, decaying metal and fire. All of these natural elements have been used to literally create “worlds” on the sleeve artwork. These rustic worlds overlap and layer on the sleeve, a metaphor for the album’s layered and textured music.

preservation.com.au

Preservation Music
Caethua: The Long Afternoon of Earth

Caethua is the recording project for songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clare Adrienne Cameron Hubbard, from the US Midwest. The Long Afternoon of Earth is a haunting album connected by themes of family, place, escape and remembrance. The lyrics describe worlds fashioned of dirt, snow, decaying metal and fire. All of these natural elements have been used to literally create “worlds” on the sleeve artwork. These rustic worlds overlap and layer on the sleeve, a metaphor for the album’s layered and textured music.

preservation.com.au

Preservation Music
Caethua: The Long Afternoon of Earth

Caethua is the recording project for songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clare Adrienne Cameron Hubbard, from the US Midwest. The Long Afternoon of Earth is a haunting album connected by themes of family, place, escape and remembrance. The lyrics describe worlds fashioned of dirt, snow, decaying metal and fire. All of these natural elements have been used to literally create “worlds” on the sleeve artwork. These rustic worlds overlap and layer on the sleeve, a metaphor for the album’s layered and textured music.

preservation.com.au

Preservation Music
Caethua: The Long Afternoon of Earth

Caethua is the recording project for songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clare Adrienne Cameron Hubbard, from the US Midwest. The Long Afternoon of Earth is a haunting album connected by themes of family, place, escape and remembrance. The lyrics describe worlds fashioned of dirt, snow, decaying metal and fire. All of these natural elements have been used to literally create “worlds” on the sleeve artwork. These rustic worlds overlap and layer on the sleeve, a metaphor for the album’s layered and textured music.

preservation.com.au

Preservation Music
Caethua: The Long Afternoon of Earth

Caethua is the recording project for songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clare Adrienne Cameron Hubbard, from the US Midwest. The Long Afternoon of Earth is a haunting album connected by themes of family, place, escape and remembrance. The lyrics describe worlds fashioned of dirt, snow, decaying metal and fire. All of these natural elements have been used to literally create “worlds” on the sleeve artwork. These rustic worlds overlap and layer on the sleeve, a metaphor for the album’s layered and textured music.

preservation.com.au

Preservation Music
Caethua: The Long Afternoon of Earth

Caethua is the recording project for songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clare Adrienne Cameron Hubbard, from the US Midwest. The Long Afternoon of Earth is a haunting album connected by themes of family, place, escape and remembrance. The lyrics describe worlds fashioned of dirt, snow, decaying metal and fire. All of these natural elements have been used to literally create “worlds” on the sleeve artwork. These rustic worlds overlap and layer on the sleeve, a metaphor for the album’s layered and textured music.

preservation.com.au