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Confess the Fire is the third album of Melbourne band Autumnal. Closely following 2012 release Hemisphere, Confess the Fire continues singer songwriter Richard Besley s exploration of relationship turmoil but with a shift in theme from loss and loneliness to infatuation the emotion of the rebound! The new songs oscillate between fragile euphoria and exquisite pain. Long time collaborator and producer Wez Prictor (Mick Harvey) shifts gears on the atmospheric rock of Makes Me Happy and the soaring power ballad Bamboozle. Less folk and more pop, this finely crafted record of catchy tunes is life affirming and uplifting. Recorded by David McCluney (Nick Cave) it features Dave Beck (Keb Mo) on drums and Joe Creighton (Ray Charles) on bass.

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[Richard Besley's] songs resemble poems of painful reflection and are delivered as though he were a mate calmly pouring out his heart ..... atmospheric arrangements add to the emotion and mood, while breezy acoustic instrumentals serve to break up the intensity.....there is a great deal of beauty in his suffering. --The Sydney Morning Herald
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