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Stewart Eastham

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    One More
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    The Great Silence
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    In the Mornng
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    Take My Land
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    Let It Go
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Stewart Eastham takes his music in bold new directions with his third full length solo album The Great Silence.
His first solo album (The Man I Once Was) painted a portrait of a man in turmoil and his second (Dancers In The Mansion) took on a more celebratory tone. His new release The Great Silence takes on the more metaphysical realm exploring grand themes of life, death, and rebirth. While it’s not technically a “concept” album, it feels like one with its repeating themes and motifs.
Eastham was born and raised in the foothills of rural Northern California. He grew up on the sounds of classic and outlaw country, supplemented with a love of rock ’n’ roll. Eastham is also a long time hip-hop fan, with a strong appreciation for the classics as well as modern sounds. A lot of his youth was spent consuming horror films which were also a big influence on this album.
Eastham moved to Los Angeles to attend film school and study acting. He fronted the band Day Of The Outlaw for two albums before embarking on a solo career after moving to Nashville from Los Angeles in the fall of 2010.
While continuing with his lyric based songwriting, Eastham has also moved further into the world of film scoring. He is currently scoring the feature length horror film “Human No More”.
“I’m really excited for folks to hear this new album. More than any album I’ve worked on before, this album really blends together all the different types of music I love.”

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