Limited edition lathe cut square vinyl single. Currently only 35 are available to purchase online and they are all individually numbered.
These special artworks are hand cut on a 70 year old lathe machine onto square, clear polycarbonate. Each one is listened to individually, in real time, to make sure the sound is good and the track runs from start to finish. Once the disc is approved they are passed to Kirsten for the cover art.
For this edition she has spray painted each one by hand, handwritten the numbers and printed each one with bespoke stamps matching the digital single cover design. Kirsten has stamped and signed the vinyl sticker and the back of the cover. Each one is completely unique and free from any factory production.
These are one offs and won't be available once stock runs out.
Stamp design by Benjamin Richards and manufactured by Get Stamped.
About the track...
After releasing award-winning album ‘Landing Place’ in January this year Adamson shows another side to her Americana style. ‘Take Me As I Am’ a song Adamson says is about “overthinking” opens with awash of dreamy guitars and vocals and builds into a cosmic soundscape of strings, layered vocals and Jon Mackenzie’s ethereal lead guitar.
It was co-produced by Bob Heatlie Jr (son of legendary songwriter Bob Heatlie Sr - ‘Merry Christmas Everyone’) with Adamson and recorded at Heatlie’s studio Colorsound in the heart of Edinburgh.
The song is accompanied by a video that finds Adamson transported back to the 80’s in a ‘Star Test’ style game show where they ask viewers if she does indeed have “too many feelings?”.
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