Everybodys Records

Who Am I is a vivid and vulnerable journey through Berwyn's search for meaning and freedom. In a 13-track exploration of himself and the many forces, memories and places that have shaped his life emerge beautifully crafted and cohesive reflections on faith, on the tugs of addiction and the embrace of love, on what it means to be demonised for your immigration status or skin colour. Bound together by a rich, layered and predominantly self-produced musical soundscape, Who Am I is about the long road walked towards internal liberation and the power of finding resilience in the everyday.
Who Am I is a vivid and vulnerable journey through Berwyn's search for meaning and freedom. In a 13-track exploration of himself and the many forces, memories and places that have shaped his life emerge beautifully crafted and cohesive reflections on faith, on the tugs of addiction and the embrace of love, on what it means to be demonised for your immigration status or skin colour. Bound together by a rich, layered and predominantly self-produced musical soundscape, Who Am I is about the long road walked towards internal liberation and the power of finding resilience in the everyday.
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Who Am I (Uk)
Artist: Berwyn
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Bad Thing
2. Who Am I
3. I Am Black
4. All She Ever Wanted
5. Hate
6. Dear Immigration
7. Neighbours
8. Meet Me By the River
9. I'm Drowning
10. Love Is Blind
11. Without You
12. Mama with the Monks of Weston Priory

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Who Am I is a vivid and vulnerable journey through Berwyn's search for meaning and freedom. In a 13-track exploration of himself and the many forces, memories and places that have shaped his life emerge beautifully crafted and cohesive reflections on faith, on the tugs of addiction and the embrace of love, on what it means to be demonised for your immigration status or skin colour. Bound together by a rich, layered and predominantly self-produced musical soundscape, Who Am I is about the long road walked towards internal liberation and the power of finding resilience in the everyday.
        
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